Examples of sainthood in a Sentence
while you're a perfectly nice person, you're not exactly an example of sainthood
Recent Examples of sainthood from the Web
Greeley is one of six African-Americans and three former slaves under review for sainthood.
There are many people willing to help get Conway considered for sainthood.
Pope Francis approved miracles attributed to Romero and Paul VI earlier this year, paving the way to sainthood.
After the earthy Corpo Celeste and the more wispily dreamlike The Wonders, her third film tries, unsuccessfully, to contrast timeless sainthood with the recent past and the present.
That won him many converts, but for the action, authorities tied him to an anchor and tossed him into the Black Sea, a martyrdom which later earned him sainthood.
Tolstoy did not mention the sainthood of the servants, though.
And a trophy would undoubtedly elevate either Henry or Pallotta to knighthood, if not sainthood, in his adopted soccer home.
Sylvie recently sat down with the Cut to extol Ottolenghi, and to share her appreciation for excellent dialogue and her early aspirations for sainthood.
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