a. associated with a divine power; made holy; worthy of religious veneration
What was to be carried back to the ship and laid in hallowed ground in Scotland?
Sentence in Classic:
With us there is great justice, because that war is just which is necessary, and arms are hallowed when there is no other hope but in them.
The Prince By Nicolo Machiavelli Context
And now that Paris, with his effeminate crew, his chin and oozy hair swathed in the turban of Maeonia, takes and keeps her; since to thy temples we bear oblation, and hallow an empty name.