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Definition of desecrate:

  1. To divert from a sacred purpose; to profane; to divest of a sacred office.

Common misspellings for desecrate:

descreate, descreat, decicrate, desacrate, desecreat, desicrate, descrased, demecrate.

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Examples of usage for desecrate:

  1. It was an offence for Marigold to desecrate the garden by his mere footsteps; to touch a plant or a flower constituted a damnable outrage. "The Red Planet" , William J. Locke.
  2. " It's a shame for a pair of hulking brutes like you and me to desecrate this bedroom," I muttered. "The Maids of Paradise" , Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers.
  3. Why wantonly desecrate a church?" "Put Yourself in His Place" , Charles Reade.

Quotes for desecrate:

  1. We came to say, the Quran is our constitution, we are committed to God and his holy book. God willing, should they try to carry out their crime against the Quran, God will tear their state apart and they will become God's lesson to anyone who tries to desecrate the holy book. - Ismail Haniyeh
  2. This was a mutual relationship, mutual on all levels, right from the way it started and all the way through. I don't accept that he had to completely desecrate my character. - Monica Lewinsky
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