verb (used with object), blas·phemed, blas·phem·ing.
verb (used without object), blas·phemed, blas·phem·ing.
Origin of blaspheme
Related formsblas·phem·er [blas-fee-mer, blas-fee-, -fuh-] /blæsˈfi mər, ˈblæs fi-, -fə-/, nounun·blas·phemed, adjective
Examples from the Web for blaspheming
Her crime, blaspheming the prophet, carries a mandatory death sentence.
It is exceedingly gratifying to me that I have com- pelled you to say that "Paine died a blaspheming Infidel."The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 5 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
So Ste. Marie went out into the little passage, blaspheming fluently the while.Jason|Justus Miles Forman
An obvious way of repulse happened to be open to the blaspheming squatter, though there is no other instance of its employment.Stingaree|E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
You may see the nations of the world gnawing their tongues for pain, and blaspheming God, but not repenting of their deeds.The Roman and the Teuton|Charles Kingsley
Men and women in all stages of dress and undress rushed confusedly about the decks, praying, screaming, blaspheming and fighting.The Dreadnought Boys on Battle Practice|John Henry Goldfrap