Antonyms for the term "elevation of the host" include depression, lowering, decline, decrease, and reduction. These terms describe the opposite action of raising or elevating the host during a religious ceremony. The elevation of the host is a symbolic ritual commonly done in the Catholic Church during Mass, in which the consecrated bread is held up to represent the body of Christ. However, the opposite actions, such as depression and lowering, typically signify a sense of sadness or decrease, rather than celebration or increase. In religious contexts, antonyms for elevation of the host can represent a contrast between sacred and profane or positive and negative.
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