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  1. Kazigis says:
    profanation translate: profanation, desecration. Learn more in the Cambridge French-English Dictionary.
  2. Monris says:
    Synonyms for profanation in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for profanation. 7 synonyms for profanation: blasphemy, desecration, sacrilege, violation, desecration, sacrilege, blasphemy. What are synonyms for profanation?
  3. Zusida says:
    KJV Dictionary Definition: profanation profanation. PROFANA'TION, n. L. profano. See Profane. 1. The act of violating sacred things, or of treating them with contempt or irreverence; as the profanation of the sabbath by sports, amusements or unnecessary labor; the profanation of a sanctuary; the profanation of the name of God by swearing, jesting, &c.
  4. Nanos says:
    Aug 01,  · Profanation definition: a profaning or being profaned ; desecration; defilement | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  5. Faelabar says:
    Looking for profanation? Find out information about profanation. 1. not designed or used for religious purposes; secular 2. not initiated into the inner mysteries or sacred rites see SACRED AND PROFANE Explanation of profanation.
  6. Zululkree says:
    Mais je trouve la profanation du corps humain véritablement indécente.: But I find desecration of the human body to be positively indecent.: Je condamne la profanation des cimetières en Angleterre, je trouve cela regrettable.: I condemn the desecration of the cemeteries in England, which I consider deplorable.: Plusieurs dizaines de corps portaient des traces de profanation.
  7. Guhn says:
    n profanation The act of violating sacred things, or of treating them with contempt or irreverence; desecration: as, the profanation of the Lord's day; the profanation of a sanctuary.; n profanation The act of treating with too little reserve or delicacy, or of making common.; n profanation Synonyms Profanation, Desecration, Sacrileye, pollution. The first three words express offenses.
  8. Gat says:
    Jun 30,  · Profanation, the opposite of and antidote to sacrifice, is the process whereby what was previously given up is restored for our use and enjoyment. The sanctity of the sacred renders unprofanable that which, according to Agamben, is most in need of profanation.

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