desecrate

Taxonomy vs Desecrate - What's the difference?

taxonomy | desecrate |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb desecrate is

(transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As an adjective desecrate is

desecrated.

Destroy vs Desecrate - What's the difference?

destroy | desecrate |


In lang=en terms the difference between destroy and desecrate

is that destroy is to put down or euthanize while desecrate is (transitive)  to inappropriately change.

As verbs the difference between destroy and desecrate

is that destroy is
to damage beyond use or repair
while desecrate is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As an adjective desecrate is

desecrated.

Desecrate vs Desecrater - What's the difference?

desecrate | desecrater |


As a verb desecrate

is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As an adjective desecrate

is desecrated.

As a noun desecrater is

one who desecrates.

Desecrate vs Unhallow - What's the difference?

desecrate | unhallow |


As verbs the difference between desecrate and unhallow

is that desecrate is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something while unhallow is to profane; to desecrate.

As an adjective desecrate

is desecrated.

Defile vs Desecrate - What's the difference?

defile | desecrate |


As verbs the difference between defile and desecrate

is that defile is to make impure; to make dirty or defile can be (archaic|intransitive) to march in a single file while desecrate is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As a noun defile

is a narrow way or passage, eg between mountains.

As an adjective desecrate is

desecrated.

Inviolate vs Desecrate - What's the difference?

inviolate | desecrate |


As adjectives the difference between inviolate and desecrate

is that inviolate is not violated; free from violation or hurt of any kind; secure against violation or impairment while desecrate is desecrated.

As a verb desecrate is

(transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

Desecrate vs Desacralize - What's the difference?

desecrate | desacralize | Synonyms |

Desecrate is a synonym of desacralize.


As verbs the difference between desecrate and desacralize

is that desecrate is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something while desacralize is (religion) to remove something’s sacredness.

As an adjective desecrate

is desecrated.

Desecrate vs Profaner - What's the difference?

desecrate | profaner |


As adjectives the difference between desecrate and profaner

is that desecrate is desecrated while profaner is (profane).

As a verb desecrate

is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As a noun profaner is

one who profanes a person who desecrates or defiles.

Desecrate vs Sacrilege - What's the difference?

desecrate | sacrilege |


As a verb desecrate

is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As a adjective desecrate

is desecrated.

As a noun sacrilege is

desecration, profanation, misuse or violation of something regarded as sacred.

Debase vs Desecrate - What's the difference?

debase | desecrate |


As verbs the difference between debase and desecrate

is that debase is to lower in character, quality, or value; to degrade while desecrate is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As a adjective desecrate is

desecrated.

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