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It was unconsecrated, and there could be no sacrilege in using it.

You were good from instinct and from unconsecrated moral grace.

I don't want to think that—that what we feel for each other is—unconsecrated.

That she—” he said, “that she should lie so far from them, and in unconsecrated ground!

For "unconsecrated" ricefields the ritual is less complicated.

The first allowance settled on the heir to his unconsecrated royal father's uncertain fortunes was ten crowns a month.

Every rain that descends washes from the unconsecrated bank the bones of those intrepid sufferers.

Nor let us think they who lie beneath its shadow are indeed resting (as degenerate Italians fancy) in unconsecrated ground.

He is not to rest among the respectable Christians; but in the strip of unconsecrated ground outside the sacred inclosure.

I desire to be buried in the unconsecrated part of the cemetery, in the spot where six months ago I caused a stake to be driven.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Latin consecratus, past participle of consecrare "to make holy, devote," from com- "together" (see com-) + sacrare (see sacred). Related: Consecrated; consecrating.

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