Fire takes hold," he told his faithful, "only where the Sabbath is desecrated.
He later relayed false rumors that drunken fans had desecrated the dead and attacked a police officer.
Her physical purity was desecrated by—she wouldn't think of it.
That one truth glared at you from every hideous corner of the desecrated room.
We entered by the rusted iron gate and stood among the place of desecrated graves.
“She has desecrated the house of God,” he replied in a low tense voice.
He paused a moment, as though his careless tone had desecrated a sacred scene; the face of the sleeper rose to his mind.
He has desecrated the divine colour, and he can no longer see it, though it is all around.
Many of the smooth green barrows that enclosed their remains have been ruthlessly rifled and desecrated by greed or curiosity.
But they desecrated the building and defaced it as much as they dared.