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hallowed

1. set apart as sacred
2. consecrated or holy
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The bourgeois clap-trap about the family and education, about the hallowed co-relation of parent and child, becomes all the more disgusting, the more, by the action of Modern Industry, all family ties among the proletarians are torn asunder, and their children transformed into simple articles of commerce and instruments of labour.
And with his keen sword Endicott assaulted the hallowed Maypole.
But they sailed serenely away and paid no further heed to pilgrims who had dreamed all their lives of some day skimming over the sacred waters of Galilee and listening to its hallowed story in the whisperings of its waves, and had journeyed countless leagues to do it, and--and then concluded that the fare was too high.
Many hidden corners and heights in the landscapes round about Nice are hallowed to me by unforgettable moments.
It is the untouched forest that until now has remained hallowed (yet unholy) ground, but the Hallow, if disturbed, will take children from their parents.
The club's community department were given use of the hallowed turf and invited along some of the groups they work with throughout the year.
Entering the hallowed hall of Potter stalwarts are the Love Actually star Bill Nighy (Rufus Scrimgeour), John Hurt (Ollivander) and Wales' own Rhys Ifans (Xenophilius Lovegood).
ON HALLOWED GROUND: THE STORY OF ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY provides a history and assessment of the creation of the Arlington National Cemetery.
A consummate storyteller with an ear for both the uproariously funny and the heartbreakingly tender, McCarthy is a hallowed performer when he visits New England, often received like a rock star in the poetry world.
Each interprets the theme of ``All Hallowed Orchids,'' with an emphasis on the `Dracula' and masdevallia genus, the most spidery and unusual of orchids, a nod to Halloween.
If we do, then it means that they should be included in the hallowed realm of the school curriculum and not slighted as "mere" talents or aptitudes to be exercised only during extracurricular activities.