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Definition of profane:

  1. Literally, outside, and therefore not consecrated; irreverent to anything sacred; tending to bring religious things into contempt; impious; godless; impure; unholy; secular; allowed for common use.
  2. To treat anything sacred with irreverence or contempt; to put to a wrong use; to pollute; to defile; to debase.


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