imprecate


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to invoke evil or injury upon

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How often did I imprecate curses on the cause of my being
We viewers are invited to close the door on the possibility of "Jack and Ennis" and to imprecate the flatland outside Ennis's window.
Parasexual vulgarizations imprecate confessional airing toward engaging bipartisan satisfying pacts.
Instead, we insult, imprecate, incriminate, exprobate; we even threaten death, as a student once threatened me in class because I could not accede to a particular claim - this in the late eighties
In myth, human psychic traits are transferred into objects: the heart becomes like a bloody stone, cloud speaks, stars stare on humans, and water boils for lamenting of Sivash and sky imprecates Afrasyab.
Below: My favorite Tevye, Zero Mostel, imprecates the Lord about his wealth.
His death, with which he actually imprecates the sword Gurthang, "what loyalty do you know, save the hand that wields you?
Filled by Schomburg's mendacious stories with the vision that the reclusive Heyst (in fact, a failure) hides on his island amidst a miserly cumulus of lucre, Ricardo imprecates the man's supposed "dirty tame artfulness.
Enraged by the cowardice of his allies, Menelaus himself decides to accept Hector's challenge, but first imprecates his daunted companions with the wish,