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What does "maligned sacred" mean?

English Language & Usage Asked by HB90 on October 5, 2020

I know what "maligned" and "sacred" mean in separate but "maligned sacred" sounds an unusual collocation to me. I wonder what it means in the following context.

"The concentration camp is a structure that places some subjects outside the law, as the maligned sacred, while also subjecting them brutally to the law’s force."

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