Examples of sainted in a Sentence
They believed whatever they were told by their sainted leader.
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The first two woebegone blue bloods are Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, and Diana, Princess of Wales, the late, sainted wife of Charles.
More than 20 years after her death, Diana has practically been sainted.
Katie was the last of her sainted mother’s four children.
The fear and persecution of these communities made Arpaio a sainted figure for the alt-right.
Only 23 pitchers in history have thrown a perfect game, and on this day, a sainted day in Mariners history, King Felix joined the club.
Even the sainted Franklin Roosevelt vacillated between expansionary fiscal policy and austerity, and between attacking corporate power and encouraging monopoly.
Sainted Sainted: Anne Dudley, who has been an educator for 43 years, 27 of them in the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale school district, most of them as an autism specialist.
Like, hey, the sainted Showtime Lakers and Jordan Bulls once did?
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Definition of sainted for English Language Learners
: unusually good, kind, or patient
: admired by many people
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