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blaspheme

verb as in curse

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Her new single, “Pieta,” is something you can worship and blaspheme at the same time.

French philosopher Bernard Henri Levy has been a staunch defender of the right to offend and blaspheme--when it comes to Islam.

“The interrogator was making fun of religion and trying to get me to blaspheme and so on, to give up on God,” she recalled.

And didn't we fight for centuries to win the right to blaspheme, and to do so freely?

Suppose I do not laugh back at you, do not blaspheme you, do not curse you.

One poor outcast woman lay huddled up on the floor by the fire, too drunk to sit, but not too drunk to blaspheme.

It says, "we are holy and inspired; if you speak against us you blaspheme God, for we are his children."

Don't blaspheme against heaven again, or compare yourself with the Creator, for then you remind me of Caesar at home.

He appears to us at first as very cautious, very desirous of giving the adversary no occasion to blaspheme.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blaspheme, such as: cuss, revile, swear, and talk dirty.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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