verb (used with object), con·se·crat·ed, con·se·crat·ing.
Origin of consecrate
Examples from the Web for consecrated
Yet a church once consecrated, is not to be consecrated again unless it shall have been profaned, which happeneth in three ways.Churches and Church Ornaments|William Durandus
Here we have the personal and relative side of a consecrated life of service.The Shepherd Psalm|William Evans
May He be born again and born daily in our hearts, already touched by that remembrance and consecrated by its meaning.Marm Lisa|Kate Douglas Wiggin
Hence the hair of the deceased was consecrated to her, and her name invoked at funerals.Philothea|Lydia Maria Child
There would have been further riot and bloodshed on this consecrated ground had our conductor proposed to attempt it then.The Ship Dwellers|Albert Bigelow Paine