Her crime, blaspheming the prophet, carries a mandatory death sentence.
The woman hesitated and then fell to cursing and blaspheming in a most horrible manner, at the same time calling for help.
"I wonder if young Stott has been blaspheming again," Challis remarked to Lewes.
An obvious way of repulse happened to be open to the blaspheming squatter, though there is no other instance of its employment.
I ran round the base of the crater, blaspheming and praying by turns.
But the fair sister continues in her blaspheming mood, and sends a very sharp and contemptuous answer.
I asked, feeling at the moment a contempt for this blaspheming coward.
You will find them in the rancid Tingel-Tangel, blaspheming the kellner because they can't get a highball.
Nor less emphatic is his railing at the plaid and blaspheming at the claymore.
Persons also is described as a blustering, blaspheming bully, who gives himself absolution for his own transgressions.
mid-14c., from Old French blasfemer "to blaspheme" (14c., Modern French blasphémer), from Church Latin blasphemare (also in Late Latin "revile, reproach"), from Greek blasphemein "to speak lightly or amiss of sacred things, to slander," from blasphemos "evil-speaking" (see blasphemy). A reintroduction after the original word had been worn down and sense-shifted to blame. Related: Blasphemed; blaspheming.