Similar words: consecrate, desecration, conservation, consideration, congratulations, desecrate, consolation, demonstration. Meaning: [‚kɒnsɪ'kreɪʃn] n. 1. a solemn commitment of your life or your time to some cherished purpose (to a service or a goal) 2. (religion) sanctification of something by setting it apart (usually with religious rites) as dedicated to God.
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1. However, the form of the horns of consecration did not originate with Crete.
2. The newly elected prelate still needed ecclesiastical consecration before he could exercise his pastoral functions.
3. Consecration now scales with attack power and spell power.
4. Will the consecration pay off my mortgages?
5. The ceremony consecration to the ministry.
6. This is a day of national consecration.
7. But dogs were not only sacrificed during consecration ceremonies.
8. The cardinal attended the consecration of the church.
9. And thou shalt take the ram of the consecration seethe his flesh in the holy place.
10. Consecration is however probably your better choice as highest priority ability in any AoE situation.
11. Easter Monday is generally regarded as an unofficial consecration of Spring.
12. Such is the origin of the legal consecration of the establishment of the Benedictines of the Perpetual Adoration of the Holy Sacrament at Paris.
13. If you do add Consecration or healing, your mana drop down lower.
14. " What we did had a consecration of its own.
15. I felt the consecration of its loneliness: my eyes feasted on the outline and sweep.
16. The early excavators of Knossos found the large Horns of Consecration lying precisely in front of this doorway.
17. The ceremonies for the ordination of priests or the consecration of altars took seven days.
18. What of Isleifr's white bear, uselessly rampant in Goslar,[sentencedict.com/consecration.html] while Isleifr waited in vain for his summons to consecration?
19. Christ is calling Christians today to cleansing, to dedication, to consecration, and to full surrender.
20. The rock on which the Anglican Communion is breaking is ostensibly the consecration of openly gay clergy, especially bishops, and blessings for same-sex unions.
21. Milan have always believed in him and worked a lot for his consecration.
22. Send your holy angels to fan the flames of this love, that it may enrapture my heart and make my consecration fruitful.
23. Does it welcome the call to a deeper cleansing and consecration of life?
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