unsanctified

ADJECTIVE
  1. not holy because unconsecrated or impure or defiled
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How To Use unsanctified In A Sentence

  • Russia and Gabon are blatantly banning all imports of the other white meat, while Egypt has ordered the mass-execution of all of their unhallowed hoggies (although this could merely be a convenient excuse to settle an age-old Islamic grudge -- why must unsanctified flesh taste so delicious!). Warren Holstein: Preparing for the Swine Flu Apocalypse
  • My friend, Mr. Webster puts it this way: Profane1: Not being concerned with religion or religious purposes, secular 2: Not Holy because unconsecrated, impure, or unsanctified 3: Serving to defile what is Holy.
  • When a plague outbreak became really severe it was sometimes necessary to bury the dead in unsanctified ground.
  • unsanctified," Mrs. Churton would have said -- it seemed as if the course of events had effectually parted the two girls, and that their close friendship was destined to be less a reality than a memory, so seldom were they able to meet. Fan : the story of a young girl's life
  • They dwelt with pathos upon those sacred rites desecrated by these "unsanctified" "young men" in their "miserable pamphlet. The Emancipation of Massachusetts
  • For a moment, I thought that ordinary, unsanctified citizens might be able to take a look at the decision-making processes of the Godly!
  • That death and hell will be death and hell indeed to those that fall unsanctified from the height of this world's pomps and the fulness of its pleasures. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • I would guess that what Eliot is thinking about here is her own unsanctified union with G. H. Lewes.
  • I feel quite ashamed of the measure of his success with me; but surely we want a new sanctification every day, -- a new recurrence to the grace that will _set_ "all dislocated bones," as J. Fletcher calls unsanctified feelings and affections. A Brief Memoir with Portions of the Diary, Letters, and Other Remains, of Eliza Southall, Late of Birmingham, England
  • I was told it was because of my inward and unsanctified carnality that these persons were drawn to me. God is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu …
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