Thesaurus / sanctify

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The qualities by which court is made to power, were to cover and to sanctify everything.
We shall not be suspected of claiming for the Established Church alone the religious right to sanctify the marriage obligation.
The English word saint comes from the same Latin root, and is translated from the same Greek root, as sanctify.
It must be illustrated in our daily conduct, and sanctify every thought and motive of our hearts.
To sanctify the day at church, and to trifle it away out of church, is profanation, and vitiates all.
Religion must control and sanctify the whole life of the individual and of the nation.
He consulted Ten Eyck, but could tell him only that he could not give Mildred the love that was needed to sanctify the marriage.
This simple act of conformity will go far to sanctify the whole illness.
THE PRIESTLY VOCATIONBISHOP BERNARD WARD
It is not asking God to sanctify and bless my means, but it is asking him to do it all himself.
NOTES ON THE BOOK OF GENESISCHARLES HENRY MACKINTOSH
By this means, they may sweeten and sanctify domestic enjoyments; by this renew and purify the flame of affection.

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