I have buried him deep in unconsecrated ground, like a vampire, with a stake through his heart.
It was unconsecrated, and there could be no sacrilege in using it.
He is not to rest among the respectable Christians; but in the strip of unconsecrated ground outside the sacred inclosure.
I don't want to think that—that what we feel for each other is—unconsecrated.
No doubt it is poor Hans, who does not like to lie in unconsecrated ground.
For "unconsecrated" ricefields the ritual is less complicated.
Superaltar, sū′pėr-awlt-ar, n. a small slab of stone used as a portable altar, to be laid on the top of an unconsecrated altar.
Every rain that descends washes from the unconsecrated bank the bones of those intrepid sufferers.
Instead of allowing the fallen captain to be quietly buried, he had him placed in unconsecrated ground outside the walls of Rome.
The unconsecrated foe entered my courts, placed his unwashed hands upon me, and caused me to tremble.