- 1Treat (a sacred place or thing) with violent disrespect: more than 300 graves were desecratedMore example sentences
- A multi-million dollar gold mine with an estimated yield of $1.2 billion threatens to desecrate a sacred site of the Wiradjuri people.
- They've ruined our economy, apparently seized our oil and desecrated our sacred sites and our museums.
- When someone breaks a circle or desecrates sacred space it is causing disharmony.
- 1.1Spoil (something which is valued or respected): many lanes are desecrated with yellow linesMore example sentences
- Were the images destroyed, desecrated or mutilated because they were potent or impotent?
- There's plenty of narcissism triggers in his background - the highly respected, distant father, whose values he gleefully desecrates even as he treats him with an almost somber respect.
- No wonder then that there is panic about this deluge of pornography that is desecrating culture and family values.
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- Yet in many ways he remains an outlier and an oddity on the cultural scene, a cult figure with plenty of worshippers and plenty of desecrators.
- Until then, we must depend on the statue desecrators to remind the nation about choices and consequences.
- I'm sure the town's force could narrow down the possible desecrators to a similar number of miscreants.