verb (used with object), con·se·crat·ed, con·se·crat·ing.
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Historical Examples of reconsecrated
The mosque was reconsecrated by Charles V. and used as a Christian chapel.Old Continental Towns
Walter M. Gallichan
There I reconsecrated to God, after a careful examination of myself before him.Birth of a Reformation
First he caused the cathedral to be washed with wine and reconsecrated.The Story of Perugia
But if a consecrated chalice be regilt, is it therefore to be reconsecrated?
Fifthly, an altar, just as a church, is reconsecrated in cases of doubt.