Definition of Sacralized

1. Verb. (past of sacralize) ¹



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Definition of Sacralized

1. sacralize [v] - See also: sacralize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sacralized

sacral splanchnic nerves
sacral triangle
sacral tuberosity
sacral vein
sacral veins
sacral venous plexus
sacral vertebra
sacral vertebrae
sacral vertebras
sacralgia
sacralities
sacrality
sacralization
sacralizations
sacralize
sacralized (current term)
sacralizes
sacralizing
sacrals
sacrament
sacrament of reconciliation
sacrament of the Eucharist
sacramental
sacramental manduction
sacramental oil
sacramental wine
sacramentalism
sacramentalisms
sacramentalist
sacramentalists

Literary usage of Sacralized

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1. Lateral Curvature of the Spine and Round Shoulders by Robert Williamson Lovett (1907)
"Clinically these variations are described as cervical ribs, lumbar ribs, extra lumbar vertebrae, sacralized vertebrae, deficient vertebrae, etc. ..."

2. Orthopedic Surgery for Practitioners by Henry Ling Taylor, Charles Ogilvy, Fred Houdlett Albee (1909)
"Thus the fifth lumbar may be sacralized, and the sacralization may be ... The specimen to the right is more completely sacralized and has only four lumbar ..."

3. The Secret Bible: A Secular Approach by Joseph R. Rosenbloom (2006)
"All of the actions of ordinary living were sacralized. God's involvement was seen everywhere: wrongs could be set right through proper rituals. ..."

4. American Journal of Roentgenology by American Radium Society (1919)
"Of those, 60 per cent were slight or pronounced mal- The radiogram shows the fifth lumbar vertebra low but not sacralized. Both fifth transverse processes ..."

5. The Famine Plot Persuasion in Eighteenth-Century France by Steven L. Kaplan (1982)
"By this very gesture the famine plot persuasion simultaneously de- sacralized kingship: kingship could no longer command deference and submission in the ..."

6. Traumatic surgery by John Joseph Moorhead (1921)
"Lumbago, sciatica, arthritis, neuritis, the neuroses, and spinal asymmetry (atypical vertebrae; accessory vertebrae; fused or sacralized lumbar vertebrae) ..."

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