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Holy Noun Synonyms
godly, godlike, saintly, saintlike, pious, devout, reverent, reverential, faithful, God-fearing, chaste, pure, unsullied, clean, sinless, spotless, immaculate, undefiled, uncorrupted, untainted
The holy men, in their saffron robes, sat in a circle, contemplating the master of the universe.

sacred, religious, consecrated, sanctified, blessed, hallowed, venerated, divine, heavenly, supernal, celestial
The holy relics are kept in a silver casket.

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Holy Saturday

Life Style / Holiday / Holy Saturday: The day before Easter Sunday. Some people celebrate Holy Saturday. The Czechs call it White Saturday and attend midnight church services. Romanians attend a Mass of Resurrection on Holy Saturday. Many MORE

Holy Thursday

Life Style / Holiday / Holy Thursday: Four days after Palm Sunday and three days before Easter. Jesus ate the Last Supper and washed the feet of his disciples on Holy Thursday, also known as Maundy Thursday. Maundy means mandatum in Latin MORE

Holy Innocents Day

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Jewish High Holy Days

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Epitaph

Entertainment / Literature / Epitaph: Not to be confused with epithet or epigram, an epitaph refers literally to an inscription carved on a gravestone, aka, cenotaph. In a more general sense, an epitaph is the final statement spoken by a MORE

Renaissance

Entertainment / Literature / Renaissance: There are two common uses of the word. (1) The term originally described a period of cultural, technological, and artistic vitality during the economic expansion in Britain in the late 1500s and early MORE