It is indeed sacrilege
to touch a true Isanusi, but what if the Isanusi be a liar?
Why, the sacrilege
is the separation of two hearts formed by God for each other.
This is the main thing: to watch her carefully and warn me in time, before she commits that horrible sacrilege
I have felt it to be a sacrilege
to divert a brain which is capable of the highest original research to any lesser object.
To be driven by lovers-- A king might envy us, and if we part them it's more like sacrilege
than anything I know.
You wanted to make the supper-table pretty; and you waited till my back was turned, and took the thing I set most store by of anything I've got, and wouldn't never use it, not even when the minister come to dinner, or Aunt Martha Pierce come over from Bettsbridge-" Zeena paused with a gasp, as if terrified by her own evocation of the sacrilege
It is sacrilege
even to dream of breaking her commands.
For a time I could not believe the heresies which I heard, and I prayed that my daughter Thuvia might have died before she ever committed the sacrilege
of returning to the outer world.
It seems a sort of sacrilege
to disturb the glamour of old romance that pictures her to us softly from afar off as through a tinted mist, and curtains her ruin and her desolation from our view.
he added, addressing the clerk at his side, "is it sacrilege
or not, by law?
The too much heart you displayed in your reception of the king," said La Fontaine, quietly, without suspicion that he was uttering a sacrilege
It is a sacrilege
, a crime, a villainy to hold that such a marriage is binding.