verb (used with object)
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Origin of saint
OTHER WORDS FROM saintsaintless, adjectiveoutsaint, verb (used with object)su·per·saint, noun
Words nearby saint
Example sentences from the Web for saint
The students delve into meditative practices and learn gymnastics, wrestling, martial arts and stick-fighting, to develop the mind of a saint and the body of a warrior.A New Martial Art Keeps Cult Leader’s Teachings Alive|Daniel Malloy|December 18, 2020|Ozy
The capsule currently includes an eclectic mix of photographs, charts and even a drawing appearing to depict infectious diseases expert Anthony Fauci as a saint.A COVID-19 time capsule captures pandemic moments for future researchers|Sujata Gupta|December 2, 2020|Science News
Farmers, it turns out, in addition to being hard-working saints who do largely thankless work for increasingly less money, are also business people.Egg yolk color doesn’t mean what you think it does|PopSci Staff|October 15, 2020|Popular Science
A timed kibble dispenser can also help your pet learn that you aren’t the patron saint of food.
The gadfly of ancient Athens, patron saint of Western philosophy, and its first martyr has much to teach about modern life and business.The business advice Socrates would give if he wrote a management book today|jakemeth|August 25, 2020|Fortune
The exhibit also includes examples of designers borrowing from fine art, as Yves Saint Laurent did with his Mondrian dress.
It was in Saint-Rémy where Van Gogh sends his brother word of how all his sacrifice may soon be for nothing in this life.Decoding Vincent Van Gogh’s Tempestuous, Fragile Mind|Nick Mafi|December 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Race relations in Saint Louis could hinge on the outcome of this announcement.
Tensions are rising in Saint Louis, Mo., as race relations heat up.
Saint Louis City police also spent $325,000 upgrading helmets, sticks and other civil disobedience equipment.
May looked along at the dimpled grace, And then at the saint-like, fair old face, “How funny!”
One of her humours was to unite the son of her minister, with a niece of the widowed Queen of Saint Germain's.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
He marched to meet it with the throbbing pulses of a soldier rushing to victory or a saint to martyrdom.
Happening to walk down the Rue Saint Honoré, he had come upon tragedy.
Upon our return from this river Saint John, our route turned towards the country of the Armouchiquoys.
British Dictionary definitions for saint
Derived forms of saintsaintdom, nounsaintless, adjectivesaintlike, adjective
Word Origin for saint
Cultural definitions for saint
In Christianity, a holy person, living or dead; a person who has been saved (see salvation) (see also salvation). Saint is the French word for “holy.” Many churches reserve the title of saint for persons who have died faithful to their Christian commitment. The Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church require certain procedures before people can be officially named saints; this procedure is called canonization.