verb (used with object), con·se·crat·ed, con·se·crat·ing.
- conscript fathers,
- consecutive anophthalmia,
Origin of consecrate
Examples from the Web for reconsecrate
Today we reconsecrate our country to long-cherished ideals in a suddenly changed civilization.
Her consciousness of wrong warmed her heart toward her absent husband, and filled it with longing to reconsecrate herself to him.Mr. Claghorn's Daughter|Hilary Trent
He felt to reconsecrate himself to the Master, and live a more faithful life.History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880. Vol. 2 (of 2)|George Washington Williams
Decent people wouldn't attend service there for a long time, and the Bishop had to be sent for to reconsecrate the church.Jude the Obscure|Thomas Hardy