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sacrificial in Religion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsacrificialsac‧ri‧fi‧cial /ˌsækrɪˈfɪʃəl◂/ adjective [usually before noun]  RRrelating to or offered as a sacrifice a sacrificial ceremony a sacrificial lamb
Examples from the Corpus
sacrificialSo where were these sacrificial adopted broods coming from?Both partners grew up believing that parenting does not require sacrificial motherhood.Would she take pleasure in sacrificial murder?She demanded strict ritual performances from them, a proper place to live, sacrificial objects and so on.Alice set the torch down on the sacrificial slab.There isn't much you can do about this other than vengefully shoot up the sacrificial unit in your following turn.And the sacrificial victim is yourself.After all, work, particularly mule-hard labor, is, like motherhood, a sacrificial virtue.