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Synonyms for blaspheme

to use profane or obscene language

Synonyms for blaspheme

utter obscenities or profanities

speak of in an irreverent or impious manner

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In Luke, to blaspheme against the Holy Spirit is to fail to witness when called upon to do so.
The Third Commandment is unequivocal when it says: "You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain." Anyone who blasphemes is either uneducated in the Ten Commandments or needs to buy a dictionary or thesaurus, to expand their vocabulary!
And the proposals in the Embryo Research Bill before the House imminently blasphemes against the very idea of God.
He Who is Truth says that whosoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will be pardoned neither in this life nor in the age to come.
In case anyone has forgotten previous publicity over the BBC screening of it, this production blasphemes against Jesus Christ portraying him in a depraved manner involving incestuous and perverted activity.
Maybe A Limited Run doesn't have a God that swears or blasphemes enough to attract pickets outside theatres.
anybody who blasphemes the Prophet, in any way, can be put to death.
When Amphion's wife blasphemes the god Apollo, the oracle predicts doom for her 14 children, and Iokaste's betrothed dies.
Nike, though, drew a stern rebuke from China's State Administration for Radio, Film and Television, which held that ''all advertisements in China should uphold national dignity and interest and respect the motherland's culture.'' The commercial ''also goes against the rules that require ads not to contain content that blasphemes national practices and cultures.''
By contrast, Chambers came across as "the butterball who could not even learn to play marbles," "the uncomfortable spirit that either blasphemes or is too religious for respectability," a man who "seems ill at ease in our daylight world."
Igby's rebelliousness sends him in quick succession to a priest at his prep school (to whom he blasphemes Jesus), to a therapist (who hits him), to military school (which he flees), and to New York City, where he gets caught up in the bohemian periphery of his wealthy godfather's (Jeff Goldblum) downtown world.