Origin of malediction
OTHER WORDS FROM maledictionmal·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
Words nearby malediction
How to use malediction in a sentence
All things that are of the earth, shall return into the earth: so the ungodly shall from malediction to destruction.
And he said to me: I will shew thee what things are to come to pass in the end of the malediction: for the time hath its end.
And she stretched out her broom in an attitude of malediction towards the spot where Pritchard had disappeared.The Animal Story Book|Various
At the most he would fling out some cryptic hint, bestow some malediction upon life in general.The Hidden Places|Bertrand W. Sinclair
As Stapylton lay back in his carriage, he could not help muttering a malediction on the "dear friend" he had just parted with.Barrington|Charles James Lever