desecration

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Synonyms for desecration

Synonyms for desecration

an act of disrespect or impiety toward something regarded as sacred

Synonyms for desecration

blasphemous behavior

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Sacred loss significantly predicted one measure of emotional forgiveness, and desecration significantly predicted two measures of decisional forgiveness and one measure of emotional forgiveness.
First, sacred loss and desecration were expected to negatively predict decisional and emotional forgiveness after controlling for impact of the event, impression management, hurtfulness, and religiousness.
Sacred Loss and Desecration Scale (SLDS; Pargament et al.
An option of "not applicable" was added to the Sacred Loss and Desecration scales to allow answers for participants who either did not believe in God or did not experience the described loss or desecration.
Kapur, the equivalent of a governor in the United States, said, "We appeal to the people not to heed unverified reports about the alleged desecration of the Holy Qoran, which have only been aired by PressTV and no other television news channel in the world.
The desecration of the body of the Muslim woman, a 65-year-old grandmother who died of cancer on January 17, was discovered at Hillingdon Hospital mortuary.
Detectives are also investigating the desecration of a white woman's body at the same mortuary in 1996 which had been marked with a pen.
The two men arrested over the desecration of the Muslim woman's body were held on suspicion of 'causing a public nuisance' and have been released on bail.
strongly condemned the desecration on Sunday of 30 Muslim tombs in a cemetery
This desecration is an intolerable outrage to the memory of these soldiers
the desecration of a number of graves belonging to Muslim soldiers, who had
A statement from Laffineur slammed what it said was "a desecration with