- immolate: see mill
- immolate (v.)
- 1540s, "to sacrifice, kill as a victim," from Latin immolatus, past participle of immolare "to sacrifice," originally "to sprinkle with sacrificial meal," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + mola (salsa) "(sacrificial) meal," related to molere "to grind" (see mallet). Related: Immolated; immolating.
- 1. He would immolate himself for their noble cause.
- 2. You know that garrison swears to immolate the first who breathes a proposition of surrender.
- 3. I choose my career and immolate my time for health and family.
- 4. Immolate domesticity for aspire after career galvanization.
- 5. Its garrison swears to immolate the first who breathes a proposition of surrender.
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