Consecrates [verb]

Definition of Consecrates:

hold in high religious regard

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Sentence/Example of Consecrates:

Let his countrymen consecrate the memory of the heroic general, the patriotic statesman, and the virtuous sage.

These divinest poets consecrate the spot, and throw a reflected glory over the humblest of their companions.

For to what but to felicity should men consecrate themselves, were felicity a goddess?

Seven days shall they purge the altar and purify it; and they shall consecrate it.

It is all consecrated but one thing, and I can't consecrate that.

A splintry way leads to the Cross, where even kings consecrate must tear their feet.

The future dawns, and in its kindling light let us re-consecrate ourselves to the work God has set us to do.

Bishops shall consecrate no priest who is incompetent to preach the Word of God.

The regent, thinking to settle it, defied Dubois to find a prelate who would consecrate him.

Only a glimpse of her lovely face—ah, it was worth a lifetime; it would consecrate an age of misery, a glimpse of Edith's face.