Hallowed [adjective]

Definition of Hallowed:

holy, revered

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Sentence/Example of Hallowed:

At 80, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has led her party through the hallowed halls of the Capitol Building for nearly two decades.

These numbers don’t stack up to those of hallowed Bears defenses like the 2006 and 1985 units.

Next morning that glorious garrison quitted the shot-torn plain they had hallowed by their deeds.

Thus therefore shall you pray: Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.

In raising the lowest classes he will have hallowed a principle unknown before his time.

There were some at all events, to whom Rome, hallowed by a great ideal and noble rule, had become as the city of God.

And as we stand upon this hallowed ground, let us bury all animosities engendered by the war.

"I used to have nice hair," she admitted in the time-hallowed formula.

It was hallowed by a thousand traditional and patriotic associations.

Besides their psalms, hallowed by so many thrilling associations, the Huguenots possessed a whole cycle of song.