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synonyms for malison

  • bane
  • expletive
  • obscenity
  • profanity
  • whammy
  • anathema
  • ban
  • blasphemy
  • commination
  • cursing
  • cussing
  • damning
  • denunciation
  • execration
  • fulmination
  • imprecation
  • malediction
  • oath
  • obloquy
  • profanation
  • sacrilege
  • swearing
  • vilification
  • cuss word
  • dirty name
  • dirty word
  • double whammy
  • four-letter word
  • naughty words
  • no-no
  • objuration
  • swear word
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antonyms for malison

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  • compliment
  • piety
  • praise
  • reverence
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How to use malison in a sentence

The malison of heaven will go along with every part of it that is not restored to its rightful owners.
A LEGEND OF READING ABBEYCHARLES MACFARLANE
So he was in luck; but he had yet to learn that a mother's malison is sure to bring misfortune some time or another.
ENGLISH FAIRY TALESFLORA ANNIE STEEL
So he spake in malison, and darkness p. 124veiled her eyes, and there the sacred strength of the sun did waste her quite away.
THE HOMERIC HYMNSANDREW LANG
Or else they may dread the malison that all men have who will not do them, when they had goods to do them with.
THE FORM OF PERFECT LIVING AND OTHER PROSE TREATISESRICHARD ROLLE OF HAMPOLE
Either to take the half of it with her blessing, or the whole of it with her malison.
THE SCOTTISH FAIRY BOOKELIZABETH W. GRIERSON
My malison upon the false Normans who have separated me from my good steed at a time when I most need his aid.
RUNNYMEDE AND LINCOLN FAIRJ.G. EDGAR
So at last he made up his mind to take the whole of it, even if he had to bear his mother's malison.
THE SCOTTISH FAIRY BOOKELIZABETH W. GRIERSON
The malison strings itself out into broken sentences of justification; mere ravings, as pointless as the curse.
THE HELPERSFRANCIS LYNDE
With eyes glistening like witch-fires, did the dame bestow her malison.
TRADITIONS OF LANCASHIRE, VOLUME 1 (OF 2)JOHN ROBY
The mother puts her malison, or curse, upon him, but he rides off.
BALLADS OF SCOTTISH TRADITION AND ROMANCEVARIOUS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO MALISON

  • anathema
  • ban
  • bane
  • blasphemy
  • commination
  • cursing
  • cuss word
  • cussing
  • damning
  • denunciation
  • dirty name
  • dirty word
  • double whammy
  • execration
  • expletive
  • four-letter word
  • fulmination
  • imprecation
  • malediction
  • malison
  • naughty words
  • no-no
  • oath
  • objuration
  • obloquy
  • obscenity
  • profanation
  • profanity
  • sacrilege
  • swear word
  • swearing
  • vilification
  • whammy
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.