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sacrilege
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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Definition
disrespect of something others consider important or sacred
  • IT IS A SACRILEGE FOR YOU TO BE HERE!
    p. 570.7
  • IT IS A SACRILEGE FOR YOU TO BE HERE!
    p. 224.2
  • The countenances of many a parishioner reflected shock and insult, as if the Lord Jesus had just spat in their faces—to deem them sacrilegious.
    p. 232.1
  • Owen and I hated the latter: in his view, they were SACRILEGIOUS; in my opinion, they were boring.
    p. 263.7
  • That is what I thought about Owen's funeral: that it was a SACRILEGE for the Meanys to be there.
    p. 570.7

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