But for those who cannot bear to continue watching the immolation of their country, Abu Samer is often their best bet.
Self-renunciation, immolation of desire in obedience to accepted precept, is ignored.
The mystery of love, the immolation of the Holy Victim, was about to begin.
In these circumstances, had her countrymen a right to insist on her immolation?
But nobody behaving honestly is fit to be designated for immolation on my part.
In the sequel, he caused her to be thrown into the Anio—which was not a usual mode of immolation.
But figures after all are an inane expression of such an immolation.
In short, the utmost malice of Spike could not have selected, for the immolation of his victim, a more suitable place.
She emptied her blackened pieces into the flames, and motioned me to finish the immolation.
The ground has been completely shifted: from half-measures to the immolation of all virtue.
early 15c., "a sacrificing" (originally especially with reference to Christ), from Middle French immolation (13c.) or directly from Latin immolationem (nominative immolatio) "a sacrificing," noun of action from past participle stem of immolare (see immolate).