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Things profane often describes (“profane ________”)
language, history, world, swearing, literature, man, person, writers, love, words, authors, hands, persons, eyes, word, use, men, things, babblings, learning, songs, swearer, oaths, oath, subjects, space, historians, cursing, sciences, art, music, purposes, science, vulgar, expression, knowledge, eye, speech, poetry, expressions, swearers, ones, illumination, books, writings, existence, uses, philosophy, wretch, sphere, song, multitude, matters, author, antiquity, act, talk, reality, spirit, novelties, herd, scoffing, touch, gaze, dichotomy, realm, mockery, objects, tongue, jests, conversation, histories, wit, writer, rites, jest, letters, curiosity, thoughts, historian, thought

How profane often is described (“________ profane”)
more, sacred, most, less, little, much, open, holy, lewd, utter, vulgar, hallowed, least, somewhat, wellnigh, secular, false, modern, illiterate, ancient, jolly, learned, called, witted, musique, scarlet, downright, gothic, uninitiated, day, radical, coarsely, serious, impertinent, medieval, pure, singularly, cowardly, idol, sound, deed, bourgeois, ungodly, selfish, guiltless, brave, unjust, native, boisterous, idle, sinful, irreverent, half, curious, descriptive, everyday, impious, oldest, loud, majesty, brusque, vicious, sacrilegious, libertine, irreligious


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See profane used in context: 58 rhymes, 18 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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