reconsecrate

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Related to reconsecrated: stirred up, unconsecrated, reacquainted

reconsecrate

(riːˈkɒnsɪˌkreɪt)
vb (tr)
to consecrate (something or someone, for example a church or bishop) again

reconsecrate


Past participle: reconsecrated
Gerund: reconsecrating

Imperative
reconsecrate
reconsecrate
Present
I reconsecrate
you reconsecrate
he/she/it reconsecrates
we reconsecrate
you reconsecrate
they reconsecrate
Preterite
I reconsecrated
you reconsecrated
he/she/it reconsecrated
we reconsecrated
you reconsecrated
they reconsecrated
Present Continuous
I am reconsecrating
you are reconsecrating
he/she/it is reconsecrating
we are reconsecrating
you are reconsecrating
they are reconsecrating
Present Perfect
I have reconsecrated
you have reconsecrated
he/she/it has reconsecrated
we have reconsecrated
you have reconsecrated
they have reconsecrated
Past Continuous
I was reconsecrating
you were reconsecrating
he/she/it was reconsecrating
we were reconsecrating
you were reconsecrating
they were reconsecrating
Past Perfect
I had reconsecrated
you had reconsecrated
he/she/it had reconsecrated
we had reconsecrated
you had reconsecrated
they had reconsecrated
Future
I will reconsecrate
you will reconsecrate
he/she/it will reconsecrate
we will reconsecrate
you will reconsecrate
they will reconsecrate
Future Perfect
I will have reconsecrated
you will have reconsecrated
he/she/it will have reconsecrated
we will have reconsecrated
you will have reconsecrated
they will have reconsecrated
Future Continuous
I will be reconsecrating
you will be reconsecrating
he/she/it will be reconsecrating
we will be reconsecrating
you will be reconsecrating
they will be reconsecrating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconsecrating
you have been reconsecrating
he/she/it has been reconsecrating
we have been reconsecrating
you have been reconsecrating
they have been reconsecrating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconsecrating
you will have been reconsecrating
he/she/it will have been reconsecrating
we will have been reconsecrating
you will have been reconsecrating
they will have been reconsecrating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconsecrating
you had been reconsecrating
he/she/it had been reconsecrating
we had been reconsecrating
you had been reconsecrating
they had been reconsecrating
Conditional
I would reconsecrate
you would reconsecrate
he/she/it would reconsecrate
we would reconsecrate
you would reconsecrate
they would reconsecrate
Past Conditional
I would have reconsecrated
you would have reconsecrated
he/she/it would have reconsecrated
we would have reconsecrated
you would have reconsecrated
they would have reconsecrated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reconsecrate - consecrate anew, as after a desecration
hallow, sanctify, bless, consecrate - render holy by means of religious rites
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With the help of the government of St Kitts and Nevis, particularly the then Prime Minister, Robert Bradshaw, some modest funds for the restoration of the historic burial ground were found, and on 25 February 1971, the old Jewish cemetery was reconsecrated (declared sacred again) in a special ritual which included a ceremonial procession, an official opening of the cemetery's gate by Rabbi Stern, prayers for the dead, singing of psalms, a brief address by the Premier himself and the Poem of Reconsecration, composed and read by writer and attorney Robert D Abrahams:
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From their holy and reconsecrated union will flow all the promised sweetness of messianic redemption.
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In 1997 the monastery was reconsecrated, and the feast of St Shenoute is celebrated by hundreds of thousands of Copts annually.