sacralize

verb
sa·​cral·​ize | \ˈsa-krə-ˌlīz, ˈsā-\
sacralized; sacralizing

Definition of sacralize 

transitive verb

: to treat as or make sacred

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Other Words from sacralize

sacralization \ˌsa-​krə-​lə-​ˈzā-​shən, ˌsā-​, -​ˌlī-​ \ noun

Synonyms & Antonyms for sacralize

Synonyms

bless, consecrate, hallow, sanctify

Antonyms

deconsecrate, desacralize, desanctify

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Examples of sacralize in a Sentence

sacralizing the cohabitation of a man and a woman by means of the marriage ceremony

First Known Use of sacralize

1933, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of sacralize was in 1933

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