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Respect and ImportancePlay
Used when something is so important it commands deep respect or reverence, often with a moral or religious tone. SlideThe sanctity of the marriage vows is recognized in many cultures.
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Cultural SensitivityPlay
Be aware that references to 'sanctity' might touch on sensitive cultural or religious beliefs. SlideThe sanctity of the holy site requires visitors to dress modestly.
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Moral UnderpinningPlay
Often implies a moral principle that should guide behavior or decisions, especially in difficult situations. SlideShe defended the sanctity of the whistleblower's identity vigorously.