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made or declared or believed to be holy

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Then the holy, apostolic form of Eliot would have sanctified it.
Don't assume such sanctified airs; make yourself quite comfortable; I don't eat governors of the Bastile raw.
Their office is to illumine and enkindle -- My duty, to be saved by their bright light, And purified in their electric fire, And sanctified in their elysian fire.
The unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband', I said to myself.
A famous abbey stood here once, and within what is left of its sanctified walls they brew bitter ale nowadays.
Those misdeeds even when committed--had they not been half sanctified by the singleness of his desire to devote himself and all he possessed to the furtherance of the divine scheme?
Many of the bowmen had drawn amulets and relics from their bosoms, while he who possessed some more than usually sanctified treasure passed it down the line of his comrades, that all might kiss and reap the virtue.
The atmosphere of the many loves that had sanctified the little house was all about her; the companionship of two healthy, happy, young folks of her own generation encircled her; she felt and yielded to the magic of her surroundings--Miss Cornelia and Captain Jim would scarcely have recognized her; Anne found it hard to believe that this was the cold, unresponsive woman she had met on the shore--this animated girl who talked and listened with the eagerness of a starved soul.
Mr Snawley may be remembered as the sleek and sanctified gentleman who confided two sons (in law) to the parental care of Mr Squeers, as narrated in the fourth chapter of this history.
Who but a woman could have stood salad for six weeks, even salad sanctified by the presence and scent of the most gorgeous lilac masses?
he went away directly) to the feelings which the empty room awakened in Clennam's wounded breast, and to the crowding associations with the one good and gentle creature who had sanctified it.
He held her, almost as if she were sanctified to him by death, and kissed her, once, almost as he might have kissed the dead.
Pickwick, now thoroughly angry, 'that I consider you a rascal, and a--a--ruffian--and-- and worse than any man I ever saw, or heard of, except that pious and sanctified vagabond in the mulberry livery.
The DC said that adequate exceptional security arrangements have been made by the administration including through the due deployment of police and other officials of the law enforcement agencies to maintain complete peace and order on this sanctified day.
Carmelite nun Sister Eufrasia was sanctified with Kuriakose Elias Chavara, who founded the sisterhood she belonged to.