Definition of Immolate:
Sentence/Example of Immolate:
They built multiple fires inside the Capitol, immolating the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress and the splendid chambers of the House and Senate.
A people that continually provoke me to anger before my face, that immolate in gardens, and sacrifice upon bricks.
It will not be the first time that humanity has preferred to immolate a god rather than admit its own guilt.
After having sacrificed her husband to her mother, Mme. Fauvel was about to immolate her husband and children for Raoul.
And for thee, Glaucus, are there not enough Achaeans, that thou mayest immolate whom thou wishest?
She spurns the doctrine that it is woman's position to abnegate and to immolate herself.
Wee Anne, that golden-haired imp of mischief, was forever evading her sister-mother's eye and attempting to immolate herself.
Shall we pronounce the sad valediction to freedom, and immolate liberty on the altars our fathers have raised to her?
A combination of clergymen were prepared to immolate themselves providing Burnet could be overthrown.
To immolate their dearest private affections and interests before their public duties!