Sanctify in a sentence

Definition of Sanctify

to make something holy or seem morally acceptable

Use Sanctify in a sentence

Their marriage was sanctified in a Christian church in Miami.

My religious beliefs say that marriage is something sanctified between a man and a woman.

These absurd and irrational traditions have been sanctified over a long time.

Muslims believe that the phrase “bismillah” sanctified even the smallest moments of life.

A martyr. He will be remembered, sanctified for his role on this day of new beginning.

We’ve chosen to come here today to celebrate and sanctify the bond between you in the presence of God, family and friends.

They have never felt its sanctifying and elevating influences.

Paul says that a Christian sanctifies the marriage, whoever they are married to, and that the children too are sanctified.

For Irish nationalists the deeds were sanctified by the blood of past martyrs.