Synonym: contaminate, dirty, file, march, parade, pollute. Antonym: cleanse. Similar words: define, refill, deficit, file, definitive, definition, definitely, profile. Meaning: ['diːfaɪl] n. a narrow pass (especially one between mountains). v. 1. place under suspicion or cast doubt upon 2. make dirty or spotty, as by exposure to air; also used metaphorically 3. spot, stain, or pollute.
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3. The platoon debouched from the defile into the plain.
4. The hoodlums defiled the church with their scurrilous writing.
5. I felt defiled by the filth.
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6. Hallam's tomb had been defiled and looted.
7. The altar had been defiled by vandals.
8. Insults alone cannot defile a person's honour.
9. The soldiers deliberately defiled all the holy places.
10. Evil books defile the mind.
11. He had defiled the sacred name of the Holy Prophet.
12. Defile, and then flee to the bliss of oblivion.
13. The defile itself continues but you, unless you are hardy and ambitious, do not.
14. The road up is a defile, steep, rugged and curvaceous, with a vast pine forest on the left hand.
15. Not desiring to defile the wall of the consecrated place, I went round the corner to spit into the gutter.
16. He was convicted of abduction with intent to defile and could be sentenced to 20 years to life imprisonment.
17. The narrow defile which had once been bridged by the Romans was now dammed to create a vast reservoir upstream.
18. Soon we were alone, moving through a narrow defile between two teetering antique shops.
19. Exodus also prescribes death for those who defile the Sabbath or perform any work on that day.
20. The Agheila defile was kernel of the situation.
21. The troops had to defile through the pass.
22. Pornographic films defile the minds of the teenagers.
23. Nevertheless in like manner these dreamers also defile the flesh and despise lordship and revile dignities.
24. Likewise also these filthy dreamers defile the flesh , despise dominion, and speak evil of dignities.
25. It's a shame that such a beautiful area has been defiled by a rubbish dump.
26. Many victims of burglary feel their homes have been defiled.
27. This is a lovely climb in itself, up what quite soon turns from a valley into a defile.
28. The outward journey was quite uneventful as far as the Wadi Tamit, a steep defile leading down the escarpment on to the coastal plain.
29. Besides, she intended to make use of it again, when she returned to her homeland to teach a lesson to the beasts that dared defile the Northlands.
30. To do harm to ( property or qualities considered sacred ); desecrate or defile.
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