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Consecrate To make or declare something sacred.
Execrate To denounce as vile or evil; to curse or detest.
Sacrament Something considered to have sacred significance.
Sacrosanct Sacred (often and ironically).
Sanctimonious Pretending to be righteous.
Sanction Approval; support; permission.
Sanctity Godliness; holiness.
Sanctuary A sacred place; any place of refuge.
Hierarchy A group organized by rank.
Hieroglyphic Written with pictures to represent sounds or meanings of words.
Expiate To make amends for; to atone for.
Piety Religious devotion; great respect toward something, especially parents.
Impious Sacrilegious; profane; lacking appropriate reverance or respect.
Pittance A meager portion of anything; especially an allowance or salary.
Sacrilege Disrespect to something regarded as sacred.
Created by: molly_clark2364