Definition of Desecrators

1. Noun. (plural of desecrator) ¹



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Definition of Desecrators

1. desecrator [n] - See also: desecrator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Desecrators

descry
descrying
deseasonalize
deseasonalized
deseasonalizes
deseasonalizing
desecrate
desecrated
desecrater
desecraters
desecrates
desecrating
desecration
desecrations
desecrator
desecrators (current term)
deseed
deseeded
deseeding
deseeds
desegmentation
desegrated
desegregate
desegregated
desegregates
desegregating
desegregation
desegregations
deselect
deselectable

Literary usage of Desecrators

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1. French Cathedrals, Monasteries and Abbeys, and Sacred Sites of France by Elizabeth Robins Pennell (1909)
"You can see his tomb, or as much as has been left by generations of desecrators who pulled down and desecrators who built up, and, seeing it, ..."

2. Political Eloquence in Greece: Demosthenes. With Extracts from His Orations by Léon Brédif (1881)
""Thus all the desecrators were struck with divine vengeance." As to Philip, "he returned to Macedonia, leaving the Greeks a high idea of his piety and of ..."

3. Library of World History: Containing a Record of the Human Race from the (1914)
"Private quarrels were well-nigh forgotten, and noble and peasant resolved to join in the war for the rescue of Christ's tomb from its Moslem desecrators. ..."

4. The Innocents Abroad: Being an Account of the Steamship Quaker City's by Mark Twain (1899)
"... tomb-desecrators arrives from the Quaker City excursion, and they will infallibly dig it up and carry it away with them. ..."

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