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Similar words: immolationimmoderatelyisolateviolateisolateddesolatepercolateinviolateMeaning: ['ɪməʊleɪt]  v. offer as a sacrifice by killing or by giving up to destruction. 
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1. He would immolate himself for their noble cause.
2. Millions of people were immolated in World War I.
3. Immolate domesticity for aspire after career galvanization.
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4. Conflagrate updated: Consumes an Immolate or Shadowflame effect on the enemy target to instantly deal damage equal to 12 seconds of your Immolate, or 8 seconds of your Shadowflame.
5. You know that garrison swears to immolate the first who breathes a proposition of surrender.
6. Its garrison swears to immolate the first who breathes a proposition of surrender.
7. I choose my career and immolate my time for health and family.
8. A suicide squad was formed of women ready to immolate themselves if the pageant went ahead.
9. Now increases the damage done by your Incinerate and Chaos Bolt by 15% on targets afflicted by Immolate, and increases the critical strike chance of your Conflagrate by 25%.
10. Glyph of Conflagrate - Your Conflagrate spell no longer consumes your Immolate or Shadowflame spell from the target.
11. Conflagrate now deals damage equal to 60% of your Immolate or Shadowflame and causes 20% additional damage over 6 sec.
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