to pronounce an against; denounce; curse.
to pronounce ; curse.
Be sure that Ravenna, anathematize as he may, will never be permitted to enter that convent.
The Shadow of the Czar John R. Carling
Will they burn me at Carfax, or will they anathematize me with bell, book, and candle?
The Works of William Cowper William Cowper
We anathematize the intruder openly; this is incautious, for our anathemas provoke reprisals.
A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees Edwin Asa Dix
Do not anathematize the genius who formulates the Regulations.
Our Battalion Leonard Raven-Hill
He resolved to annihilate the unruly corps and anathematize their name.
The Continental Monthly, Vol 3 No 3, March 1863 Various
It was Addison’s; and in his now distant home, he will anathematize me for exposing his youthful bad grammar.
When Life Was Young C. A. Stephens
One does not need even mildly to anathematize the instigators of that historic riot.
The Bibliotaph Leon H. Vincent
Duelling, branded by the law, is also now so branded in public opinion that it would be waste of words to anathematize it.
The Galaxy Various
They anathematize a civilization which tolerates ear-rings, or feathered hats, or artificial flowers.
Americans and Others Agnes Repplier
They can anathematize better men than themselves; and denounce slavery as a curse, an evil, a hardship!
A Review of Uncle Tom’s Cabin A. Woodward
to pronounce an anathema (upon a person, etc); curse
“to pronounce an anathema against,” 1560s, from French anathématiser (Old French anatemer), from Latin anathematizare, from Greek anathematizein “to devote (to evil),” from stem of anathema. Alternative anathemize (1670s) is less correct and more rare. Related: Anathematized; anathematizing.
to pronounce an against; denounce; curse. to pronounce ; curse. Historical Examples Mr. Camperdown anathematised the carelessness of everybody connected with Messrs. Garnett’s establishment. The Eustace Diamonds Anthony Trollope The engineer was regarded as John’s seducer, and was anathematised. The Son of a Servant August Strindberg Men are Whigs or not-Whigs, and the not-Whig is […]
to pronounce an against; denounce; curse. to pronounce ; curse. Historical Examples Venerable parent promptly resorts to anathematization, and turns him out. Our Mutual Friend Charles Dickens One bishop earnestly recommends the Jewish anathematization, Let neither party ever be spoken to again. The Myth in Marriage Alice Hubbard verb to pronounce an anathema (upon a […]
anathoth the name of one of the cities of refuge, in the tribe of Benjamin (Josh. 21:18). The Jews, as a rule, did not change the names of the towns they found in Palestine; hence this town may be regarded as deriving its name from the goddess Anat. It was the native place of Abiezer, […]
of or relating to the family Anatidae, comprising the swans, geese, and ducks. resembling a duck.