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Sacrificatory
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Sacrificatory: Offering sacrifice. [R.] Sherwood.
Sacrifice
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Sacrifice: To make offerings to God, or to a deity, of things consumed on the altar to offer sacrifice. O teacher, some great mischief hath befallen To that meek man, who
Sacrifice bunt
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Sacrifice bunt: (Baseball) bunt that puts a batter out to advance the runner
Sacrifice his whole life to
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Sacrifice his whole life to: Fight for (something) during ones entire lifetime
Sacrifice ones interest on the altar of ones needs
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Sacrifice ones interest on the altar of ones needs: Put his desires in front of his best interests
Sacrificer
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Sacrificer: One who sacrifices.
Sacrificial
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Sacrificial: Of or pertaining to sacrifice or sacrifices consisting in sacrifice performing sacrifice. "Sacrificial rites." Jer. Taylor.
Sacrificially
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Sacrificially: In a sacrificial manner as an offering to a god
Sacrilege
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Sacrilege: The sin or crime of violating or profaning sacred things the alienating to laymen, or to common purposes, what has been appropriated or consecrated to religiou
Sacrilegious
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Sacrilegious: Violating sacred things polluted with sacrilege involving sacrilege profane impious. Above the reach of sacrilegious hands. pope. Sac`ri*le"gious*ly, adv.
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