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Synonyms for anathematize

to invoke evil or injury upon

Synonyms for anathematize

curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment

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It denounces and anathematizes those who call into question the superiority of celibacy to marriage.
He anathematizes Albert Einstein, who abandoned a daughter and never looked back, unless relativity is a survival strategy: "Some ate frogs, others developed, in the laboratory, a theory of the universe.
For example, in the resumb of Arian views that Apollinarius provides in chapter I, he anathematizes those who `introduce three disparate and allen objects of worship ([lambda][alpha][tau]rho][epsilon][iota][alpha][sigma], although there is only one legitimate object of our religion ([micro][iota][[alpha][sigma] [kappa][alpha][iota] [micro][omicro]v[eta][[sigma] .
The first follows directly upon the text cited first above: `And we anathematize those who contrive diverse forms of worship, one divine and one human, and who revere the man born from Mary as if he were different from the God born from God' (28.
Consider, for example, the apparent contradiction between, on the one hand, liberals' moral relativism, manifested in demands to be tolerant rather than judgmental about all lifestyle choices; and, on the other, their censoriousness, manifested in political correctness that anathematizes an ever-expanding list of expressions deemed harmful or hateful.