The act, process, or ceremony of consecrating.(noun)
The state of being consecrated.(noun)
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Use "consecration" in a sentence
"This is what the term consecration properly means."
"May God bless you every day and give you soon the blessed assurance that your consecration is accepted and that your name is registered with the sanctified and pure of earth and the Redeemed and happy in heaven, is the humble and fervent prayer of your Devoted and Loving"
"Capitol Hill police barred them from entering the room to continue what they called a consecration service."