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Example sentences for consecrated

Even though the altar has not been consecrated, or blessed, visitors have been moved to leave offerings.
He and his soldiers died vainly on that consecrated but disastrous battlefield.
Here is a land consecrated to democracy but run by an entrenched plutocracy.
There are stalls entirely devoted to mollusks, and others consecrated to legumes of every color and shape.
She lived alone and consecrated her life to the gorillas.
With all the talk of consecrated ground, the memorial will be one of the few spots not consecrated to money making.
All the action can, of course, obscure the spirit that is being consecrated.
Although they had enough consecrated oil for only one day, it miraculously lasted eight days.
He was buried in the chapel he had so recently consecrated.
The tabooed or consecrated precincts are marked out by four square posts, which stand thirty or forty yards from the building.
Four years later a cemetery was consecrated one-half mile north of here.

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