imprecation[ im-pri-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF imprecation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRECATION
He laughed again in one low burst that was as spiteful as an imprecation.
An imprecation of a sufficiently emphatic character was the only reply.
Then, with an imprecation upon his lips, he turned and retired.
He vainly strives to rally under the fire of imprecation, but it is too late.
With an imprecation of wrath he called his companion's attention to the spot.
A torrent of imprecation rose to his lips, but he left it unuttered.
An imprecation on a person who has surpassed another in an undertaking.
In what do anathema, curse, execration, and imprecation agree?
"That imprecation had better have been spared, madam," said the duke.
Now, the Queen muttered an imprecation, and called the name 'Abarak!'