defiled

[ UK /dɪfˈa‍ɪld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. morally blemished; stained or impure
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How To Use defiled In A Sentence

  • Around his neck he wore his white robe, the bottom of which was stained red by the blood that now defiled the sacred hall's floor.
  • Are these textiles Baroque draperies, shrouds or the curtains of a luxurious four-poster bed defiled and destroyed?
  • learn to speak pure English undefiled
  • And she called the undefiled daughters of the Hebrews, and they led (attended her). Word from the Desert
  • The I understanding the cause of his miserable estate, sayd unto him, In faith thou art worthy to sustaine the most extreame misery and calamity, which hast defiled and maculated thyne owne body, forsaken thy wife traitorously, and dishonoured thy children, parents, and friends, for the love of a vile harlot and old strumpet. The Golden Asse
  • Nippur's Holy of Holies is defiled.
  • They find the Temple defiled and turned into a pagan sanctuary.
  • Compare "undefiled" and "unspotted from the world," Jas 1: 27; 4: 4, 8, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • My dove, my undefiled is one," says the Song of Solomon (So 6: 9). Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • There's a defiled cemetery in the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, the city I was born in. People who can't afford to pay funerary services often bury their loved ones here.
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