sacrifier

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sacrifier (plural sacrifiers)

  1. The individual or group that is to receive the practical benefits of the sacrifice.

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Borrowed from Latin sacrificō, sacrificāre (sacrifice), from sacer (sacred).

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sacrifier

  1. to sacrifice (all meanings)

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