Lastly, President Obama should ask his counterpart what is driving young Tibetan monks and nuns to immolate themselves in protest.
He was threatening to immolate both of them when police ended a standoff by grabbing him.
The Fiji islanders used to immolate a man at the foot of each pillar in the home of a chief, as a guard for the edifice.
Perhaps it was her destiny to immolate herself for duty to the end.
What are the conventions, that you should immolate yourself and your child to them?
One among ms must immolate himself, study the malady, seek its cure.
It will not be the first time that humanity has preferred to immolate a god rather than admit its own guilt.
The heads which they have sworn to immolate must be obtained at any cost.
We do not merely sacrifice our first-born; we immolate the whole of our progeny.
Not even for that Divinity or Daemon for which we all immolate so much!
1540s, "to sacrifice, kill as a victim," from Latin immolatus, past participle of immolare "to sacrifice," originally "to sprinkle with sacrificial meal," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + mola (salsa) "(sacrificial) meal," related to molere "to grind" (see mallet). Related: Immolated; immolating.