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See definition of unprofane on Dictionary.com
  • as insacred
  • as insacrosanct
  • as inblessed
  • as inhallowed

synonyms for unprofane

  • cherished
  • divine
  • hallowed
  • religious
  • revered
  • solemn
  • spiritual
  • angelic
  • consecrated
  • enshrined
  • godly
  • numinous
  • pious
  • pure
  • sacramental
  • saintly
  • sanctified
  • venerable
  • consecrated
  • exalted
  • hallowed
  • rewarded
  • divine
  • saved
  • holy
  • inviolable
  • sacred
  • sacrosanct
  • spiritual
  • enthroned
  • resurrected
  • glorified
  • redeemed
  • adored
  • revered
  • among the angels
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antonyms for unprofane

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  • irreligious
  • lay
  • open
  • profane
  • ungodly
  • unholy
  • unprotected
  • unsacred
  • vulnerable
    • unhappy
    • unblessed
    • disapproved
    • cursed
    • unlucky
    • damned
    • condemned
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    How to use unprofane in a sentence

    And his explosive diagnosis proved to be as correct as it was utterly unprofane in spirit.
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    WORDS RELATED TO UNPROFANE

    • adored
    • among the angels
    • consecrated
    • divine
    • enthroned
    • exalted
    • glorified
    • hallowed
    • holy
    • inviolable
    • redeemed
    • resurrected
    • revered
    • rewarded
    • sacred
    • sacrosanct
    • saved
    • spiritual
    • unprofane
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