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malison

[ mal-uh-zuhn, -suhn ]

noun

, Archaic.
  1. a curse.


malison

/ -sən; ˈmælɪzən /

noun

  1. See curse
    an archaic or poetic word for curse


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Word History and Origins

Origin of malison1

1200–50; Middle English maliso ( u ) n < Old French maleison < Latin maledictiōn- (stem of maledictiō ) malediction

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Word History and Origins

Origin of malison1

C13: via Old French from Latin maledictiō malediction

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Example Sentences

The malison of heaven will go along with every part of it that is not restored to its rightful owners.

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.

So he spake in malison, and darkness p. 124veiled her eyes, and there the sacred strength of the sun did waste her quite away.

Or else they may dread the malison that all men have who will not do them, when they had goods to do them with.

Either to take the half of it with her blessing, or the whole of it with her malison.

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