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profaning or tending to desecrate

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And that is indeed what we find in the passage: a frenzy of scopophilia and a profanatory urge to defile the object of desire, all the more disorientating because Dominique (in good psychoanalytic fashion) does not understand what is going on, cannot penetrate the secret of his motivations ("je me demandai ce que j'etais venu faire en pareil lieu" [189]).
We are shocked to see, yet again, the miraculous icon of the mother of God used in a profanatory way for advertising and business purposes," they said in a press release.