unsanctified


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unsanctified

(ʌnˈsæŋktɪˌfaɪd)
adj
not sanctified
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Adj.1.unsanctified - not holy because unconsecrated or impure or defiledunsanctified - not holy because unconsecrated or impure or defiled
unhallowed, unholy - not hallowed or consecrated
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He only seemed to say, "Defile not Heaven's anointed with unsanctified hands.
Most nationalities like older women, except in the States where men are afraid to do anything unsanctified by media.
Now 68, with practically all illusions left behind at one unsanctified cathedral or another, I feel deeply that cold wind breathing down the back of my neck.
This is precisely how Socrates suggests we engage with stories about life after death: "It is likely that those who established the mystic rites for us were not inferior persons but were speaking in riddles long ago when they said that whoever arrives in the underworld uninitiated and unsanctified will wallow in the mire.
Sancho is the common sense of the social man animal, unenlightened and unsanctified by the Reason.
The pastor of a legalised house church in Colombo took such an understanding one step further, stating that "we are a little bit weary of ritualism, and the moment you have these gothic-type buildings the place becomes sanctified and the lives become unsanctified.
Regarding the behavior of Nadab and Abihu, Levine notes that the Midrash speculates that these two priests, by bringing a voluntary offering to celebrate the Tabernacle dedication, may have committed various ritual offences, such as penetrating too deeply into the innermost section of the sanctuary--which only the High Priest could do--and thereby getting too close to God; or bringing an offering they should not have brought; or because the "alien fire" they brought into the sanctuary consisted of unsanctified coals from an oven rather than the sacred coals from the sacrificial altar.
According to Stoddart, the Buddhist conception of "transmigration" instead is far more subtle and refers to the "posthumous journeying of the unsanctified soul through an indefinite series of 'peripheral' or 'central' (but, quite emphatically, non-terrestrial) states.
Joe was always such a pleasure to be around because we shared a cultural capital that defined us both within and outside of the academy as outsiders: we were working-class and allegedly deficient, unsanctified by Ivy-League degrees and harboring a pedigree that connected the body and mind in a way that was often defined by the overly scrubbed and passionless as lacking civility.
Night the protector--lack of light conceals from the sighted, obscurity sidles the unsanctified act into being.
For the church to give full expression to the interethnic gathering of every tribe and nation that composes the messianic community, it needs to undertake a struggle against the racism that continues to grip the unsanctified imagination, both conscious and unconscious, of Christians who have been assimilated to the racist social identities of North American societies.
It is in this context these sculptures emerge, often from derelict buildings, questioning the assumption that legal corporate structures in the public realm hold a higher moral position than unsanctified personal interventions.