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
Translations

unconsecrated

adj (Rel) → ungeweiht
References in classic literature ?
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.
The interest you cherish is lawless and unconsecrated. Long since you ought to have crushed it: now you should blush to allude to it.
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.
When the priest wasn't looking, they would pinch a few of the hosts, the round unleavened (and unconsecrated) wavers for Holy Communion, to eat in secret.
Even the more far-fetched moments--like when Lady Bird and her friend Julie (Beanie Feldstein) are caught snacking on unconsecrated hosts--are presented with such raw honesty that I chuckled at how that could have easily happened at my school.
They carry out the execution and bury him in accordance with prison regulations: naked, in quicklime, outside the prison wall in unconsecrated ground, as we discussed in section one.
The unconsecrated images could be bought and worshipped by anybody, which also reflected a loosening of the caste hierarchy by diminishing the position of brahmin priests whose services for consecrating images for domestic shrines were considered a canonical requirement.
Before placing the house on the tray, Frances will raise its roof and peep in, reverently, to determine if it contains an adequate quantity of unconsecrated hosts.
As long as we believe that we must unconditionally obey--and vis a vis God, no other obedience is possible--we must of necessity passively submit, without the least reservation, to the holy authority of his consecrated and unconsecrated agents.
permissible to celebrate the Mass in an unconsecrated place if necessity
Five - Koenig, Zuhlsdorff, Goltz, Mertens and Bruling - were hanged and buried in unconsecrated ground at Pentonville Prison.
El tiradito means "the little throwaway" or "castaway" and is said to be dedicated to a sinner (who pursued unconventional love) buried in unconsecrated ground.