unconsecrated


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unconsecrated

(ʌnˈkɒnsɪˌkreɪtɪd)
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) not having been made or declared sacred or holy
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unconsecrated - not holy because unconsecrated or impure or defiledunconsecrated - not holy because unconsecrated or impure or defiled
unhallowed, unholy - not hallowed or consecrated
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unconsecrated

adj (Rel) → ungeweiht
References in classic literature ?
The interest you cherish is lawless and unconsecrated.
We had seen the spot, outside the city somewhere, where these people had allowed the bones of Galileo to rest in unconsecrated ground for an age because his great discovery that the world turned around was regarded as a damning heresy by the church; and we know that long after the world had accepted his theory and raised his name high in the list of its great men, they had still let him rot there.
And the same law will apply to any one of those within the prescribed age who forms a connection with any woman in the prime of life without the sanction of the rulers; for we shall say that he is raising up a bastard to the State, uncertified and unconsecrated.
And there the young officer was laid by his friend, in the unconsecrated corner of the garden, separated by a little hedge from the temples and towers and plantations of flowers and shrubs, under which the Roman Catholic dead repose.
Belfast Lord Mayor Nichola Mallon will lay flowers at the site where it is believed thousands of unbaptised babies as well as suicide victims were buried over the decades in unconsecrated ground on the edge of the main graveyard.
Although N-Town, like many late medieval cultural artifacts, often subjects Mary to severe and paranoid limitations in order to protect her virginity from pollution (forbidding her from walking on unconsecrated earth [8.
John's father (James) died in 1879 and is buried in a public grave (apparently unmarked) in the Edgerton Unconsecrated Cemetery.
No doubt it was in this atmosphere that the monks made the decision to remove the body of Simon from its burial place in front of the chancel to somewhere quiet, obscure and unconsecrated.
Kuma's Luke Tobias turned the controversy in a decidedly theological direction by pointing out that "the communion wafer is unconsecrated, so until that happens, it's really just a cracker.
Catherine claims that we come to communion with bare, dirty, unconsecrated, unworthy hands.
Inspired by the outrage caused by the unconsecrated burial of Lady Truro, Queensberry wrote to one of the leading society journals of the day, Vanity Fair, asking for his ideas to be published.
Yet the very fact that these two gentlemen now find themselves sharing a Passages essay in Art forum--not only because of the coincidence of their dying within a few months of each other last year but also because of certain similarities in their more retrograde viewpoints--is itself a sign that their positions at key moments of transformation in art practice landed them on the "wrong" side of History: It's not quite burial in the unconsecrated side of the cemetery, but no doubt each would have preferred his own private funeral service.