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1. Defile definition is - to make unclean or impure: such as
2. How to use Defile in a sentence
3. To make filthy or dirty; pollute: Defile a river with sewage
4. Defile definition, to make foul, dirty, or unclean; pollute; taint; debase
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5. Synonyms of Defile (Entry 1 of 2) a narrow opening between hillsides or mountains that can be used for passage the cattle, once they were cornered in the Defile, were quickly rounded up
6. Find 56 ways to say Defile, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
7. To make filthy or dirty; pollute: Defile a river with sewage
8. To debase the pureness or excellence of; corrupt: a country landscape that was Defiled by urban sprawl
9. To make unclean or unfit for ceremonial use; desecrate: Defile
10. If you asked someone on the street what the word “Defile” means, they might look at you rather strange but the secular definition of the word Defile means to …
11. Defile The dry humpsomething or someone for the purpose of taking a funnypicture. The bartenderwent to the washroom so I dropped my pants and Defiledthe guinnesstap, check out the pic! by Defiling DaveAugust 31, 2006
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12. Masculine noun 1. (Geography) narrow pass ⧫ Defile 2.
13. / dɪˈfaɪl / to spoil something or someone so that that thing or person is less beautiful or pure: It's a shame that such a beautiful area has been Defiled by a rubbish dump
14. Defile the targeted ground, dealing [((5% of Attack power) * (11) / 1)] Shadow damage to all enemies over 10 sec.While you remain within your Defile, your Clawing ShadowsClawing ShadowsScourge Strike will hit 4 enemies near the target.If any enemies are standing in the Defile, it grows in size and deals increasing damage every sec.
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15. The ethical is found more predominantly in: "The things which proceed out of the mouth come forth out of the heart; and they Defile the man" (Matthew 15:18); "that did not Defile their garments" (Revelation 3:4); "Defileth the whole body" .
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16. In geography, a Defile is a narrow pass or gorge between mountains or hills. The term originates from a military description of a route through which troops can march only in a narrow column or with a narrow front
17. On emerging from a Defile (or something similar) into open country, soldiers are said to " debouch ".
18. ‘The view is mind-boggling, with a precipitous drop into the Defile of the Lairig Ghru, the great pass that splits the Cairngorms, linking Aviemore and Braemar.’ ‘On the ground itself there is no Defile, no gorge, no precipitous mountain pass, nothing which can remotely be called a Gap from the point of view of anybody on the ground.’
19. See also: Defile, defilé, défile, and defilè
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21. Definition of Defile in the Definitions.net dictionary
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22. What does Defile mean? Information and translations of Defile in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
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23. From Middle English Defilen (“to make dirty”), alteration (due to Middle English defoulen, defoilen (“to trample, abuse”)) of Middle English befilen (“to befoul, to Defile, to make foul”), from Old English befȳlan (“to befoul, Defile”), from Proto-Germanic *bi- + *fūlijaną (“to Defile, make filthy”).
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24. Defile (n.) "narrow passage in a mountain region," 1640s, especially in a military sense, "a narrow passage down which troops can march only in single file," from French défilé, noun use of past participle of défiler "march by files" (17c.), from de-"off" (see de-) + file "row," from Latin filum "thread" (from PIE root *gwhi-"thread, tendon")
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25. To Defile something that people think is important or holy means to do something to it or say something about it which is offensive.
26. Defile not yourselves with the idols of Egypt
27. He hath Defiled the sanctuary of the Lord
28. Examples of Defile in a sentence
29. Because Jared is a hamburger purist, he believes that adding any condiments is only going to Defile the flavor of the beef.
30. When you Defile something, you make it dirty or make it lose its purity
31. The litter Defiles the winter wonderland.
32. Lord Defile was a leader of the Daemonite forces on Earth
33. 1 History 1.1 Worldstorm 1.2 World's End 2 Powers and Abilities 2.1 Powers 2.2 Abilities 3 Related 3.1 Footnotes There were three High Lords aboard the Daemonite ship that crashed on Earth: the ship captain who died in the crash, Helspont was the military leader and Defile was the political leader
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34. Defile not ye yourselves in any of these things: for in all these the nations are Defile d which I cast out before you: Leviticus 18:25 View whole chapter See verse in context And the land is Defile d: therefore I do visit the iniquity thereof upon it, and the land itself vomiteth out her inhabitants.
35. Defiles the area under a random target
36. • Exodus also prescribes death for those who Defile the Sabbath or perform any work on that day
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37. Defile de‧file 2 / dɪˈfaɪl, ˈdiːfaɪl / noun [countable] formal TTR a narrow passage, especially through mountains Examples from the Corpus Defile • This is a lovely climb in itself, up what quite soon turns from a valley into a Defile.
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38. Defile n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
39. (narrow pass) (passaggio stretto) gola nf sostantivo femminile: Identifica un essere, un oggetto o un concetto che assume genere femminile: scrittrice, aquila, lampada, moneta, felicità : The steep walls of the Defile protected the soldiers from attack from the side.
40. Defile - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
41. Inflections of 'Defile' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Defiles v 3rd person singular defiling v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Defiled v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man."
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42. The Amandara Defile was occupied on both sides by the enemy
43. The troops will Defile by the Namur gate, and meet me there in an hour
44. Then outrages were heaped upon me, and as my soul was not subdued they wished to Defile my body forever
45. In this sheltered Defile the weather was moderate and grass was already sprouting more than an inch in height.
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47. What does Defile mean? To make filthy or dirty; pollute
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48. (verb) Defile a river with sewage.
49. 3392 miaínō – properly, to stain (with paint or dye); (figuratively) to stain (Defile) the soul, i.e
50. After He called the crowd to Him again, He began saying to them, "Listen to Me, all of you, and understand: there is nothing outside the man which can Defile him if it goes into him; but the things which proceed out of the man are what Defile the man
51. Defile is a geographic term for a narrow pass or gorge between mountains or hills
52. It has its origins as a military description of a pass through which troops can march only in a narrow column or with a narrow front.1 On emerging from a Defile (or something similar) into open country, soldiers are said to "debouch"
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53. The ethical is found more predominantly in: "The things which proceed out of the mouth come forth out of the heart; and they Defile the man" (Matthew 15:18); "that did not Defile their garments" (Revelation 3:4); "Defileth the whole body" .
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54. See 7 authoritative translations of Defile in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
55. Synonyms for Defile in Free Thesaurus
56. 73 synonyms for Defile: degrade, stain, disgrace, sully, debase, dishonour, besmirch, smirch, desecrate
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57. To Defile something is an act of great disrespect toward God or others
58. Sin can Defile a person, a community, or a nation
59. The Bible usually uses the word Defilement in reference to ceremonial or sexual impurity
60. Idolatry is sure to Defile those who fall into that sin
61. If you use your chisel on it, you will Defile it.
62. Defile 'Defile' is a 6 letter word starting with D and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Defile'
63. The Defile itself continues but you, unless you are hardy and ambitious, do not
64. The road up is a Defile , steep, rugged and curvaceous,[sentencedict.com] with a vast pine forest on the left hand.
A Secular Definition of Defile. If you asked someone on the street what the word “defile” means, they might look at you rather strange but the secular definition of the word defile means to make something or someone unclean or impure or to corrupt the purity or perfection of something or someone.
Definition of 'defile'. defile. To defile something that people think is important or holy means to do something to it or say something about it which is offensive.
tr.v. de·filed, de·fil·ing, de·files. 1. To make filthy or dirty; pollute: defile a river with sewage. 2. To debase the pureness or excellence of; corrupt: a country landscape that was defiled by urban sprawl. 3. To profane or sully (a reputation, for example).
Defilement(noun) the protection of the interior walls of a fortification from an enfilading fire, as by covering them, or by a high parapet on the exposed side. Defilement(noun) the act of defiling, or state of being defiled, whether physically or morally; pollution; foulness; dirtiness; uncleanness.