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Definition of "sanctified" [sanc•ti•fied]

  • Made holy. Set aside for sacred or ceremonial use. (adjective)
  • Past participle of sanctify (verb)

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Use "sanctified" in a sentence
  • "That's what I call sanctified assurance -- gall masquerading as grace."
  • "On the other hand, there are many Christians who, for want of honest looking into their own power, for want of what I call sanctified originality, are content to run in the ruts that other people's vehicles have made, without asking themselves whether that is the gauge that their wheels are fit for."
  • "Sanctification, or the setting apart from the world, and adoption into the Church: so "sanctified" is used 1Co 7: 14; Joh 17: 19."
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