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sanctity
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Jane Eyre
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  • No, — I exaggerate; I never thought there was any consecrating virtue about her: it was rather a sort of pastille perfume she had left; a scent of musk and amber, than an odour of sanctity.
  • He does not care for that: when my time came to die, he would resign me, in all serenity and sanctity, to the God who gave me.

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  • The Pope spoke of the sanctity of human life.
  • She’s not religious, but she respects the sanctity of the ceremony to others.

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