Origin of malediction
SYNONYMS FOR malediction
ANTONYMS FOR malediction
Related formsmal·e·dic·tive, mal·e·dic·to·ry [mal-i-dik-tuh-ree] /ˌmæl ɪˈdɪk tə ri/, adjectiveun·mal·e·dic·tive, adjectiveun·mal·e·dic·to·ry, adjective
Examples from the Web for malediction
Old Stubbs calls the May-pole a "stinking idol," and says it was brought home with "great veneration," hence his malediction.Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore|Charles Hardwick
Has any malediction of Heaven doomed them to perpetual vassalage?
They listened with the calm of people for whom anathema, reprobation, malediction, and execration were their daily bread.The Miracle Of The Great St. Nicolas|Anatole France
It was not clear to Lyon whether this malediction had for its object the original or the painter of the portrait.
Horror, shame, misery, and malediction; I have betrayed you.Romance|Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer