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mcCoy's presence was a rebuke to the blasphemies that stirred in his brain and trembled in his larynx.
Of a sudden the man broke out into blasphemies and cataracts of incredulous words.
Raffles uttered these blasphemies under his breath, not, I am afraid, out of any respect for my one redeeming profession, but because we were taking a midnight airing on the roof, after a whole day of June in the little flat below.
utter insults, blasphemies, and execrable oaths against the holy
10) Such blasphemies did not have to be viewed or internalised, but their mere existence constituted 'a blasphemy.