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desecrate

de zuh krayt

  • v  violate the sacred character of a place or language
    desecrate a cemetery
  • v  remove the consecration from a person or an object

  • Bulldozers desecrated the ancient burial ground when they graded the area for the installation of a new parking lot.
  • Like an action replay of what happened earlier just a few days earlier, now the opposite party roamed the streets killing their opponents and desecrating their places of worship.
  • The inhabitants pride was outraged that the occupation forces had desecrated their land by stepping into their shores.
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  • Akon in Times Online
    I was not aware that the statue was even on the set of the video until now. I would never set out to offend or desecrate anyone's religion or religious beliefs,Akon said in a statement. "I myself am a spiritual man, so I can understand why...
  • Robert Mugabe in Washington Post
    Once again we have shamed all our detractors, who, through gullible people, tried to use every opportunity to undermine our independence and desecrate our hard-earned and inalienable right to self-determination,Mugabe said as he opened his...
  • John Squire in Gigwise
    In a message on his website, Squire wrote: "I have no desire whatsoever to desecrate the grave of seminal Manchester pop group The Stone Roses."

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