anathema[ uh-nath-uh-muh ]SEE DEFINITION OF anathema
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANATHEMA
You will do the anathema--rueful rather than enraged--from the tent opening.
God commands Moses to devote to anathema the Canaanites of the kingdom of Arad.
He devotes also to anathema all the nations of the land of Canaan.
Then he flung a hand out at Rotherby in a gesture of repudiation, of anathema.
There should be launched upon him the anathema of an outraged people.
Why was he thus singled out for the anathema of four centuries?
Schumann was not understood; Chopin was misunderstood; and Liszt was anathema.
He even pronounced his anathema upon any who taught other doctrine.
And would the bishop, by all that was invokeable, kindly defer his anathema?
He then knotted the cord of anathema round the daring conspirators.