a baneful superstition.
Improvement would come, by a delivery from his baneful habit, and by strengthening his principles.
Revisiting the Earth James Langdon Hill
The baneful effects of forcing the voice is clearly set forth.
The Child-Voice in Singing Francis E. Howard
The baneful effects of the modern code of political morality are not seen in the legislative department of the government only.
Monopolies and the People D. C. Cloud
That man Clarke has some kind of baneful influence over her.
The Tyranny of the Dark Hamlin Garland
Such a judgment is iniquitous, absurd and false in its generality, and baneful in its consequences.
Metapsychical Phenomena J. Maxwell
She made the trade to Queen Margaret’s monopoly, and its baneful effects.
The Discovery of America Vol. 1 (of 2) John Fiske.
Had the spirit of his teaching prevailed, India would never have been cursed by this baneful system.
History of Education Levi Seeley
Among the Hindoos, too, the ascetic ideal acquired a baneful ascendency.
Creed And Deed Felix Adler
Certain it is that his theoretical caprices had a baneful influence on Byron’s Italian dramas.
Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature – 4. Naturalism in England Georg Brandes
The demon who exercises this baneful influence is the Fong-Choui, or wind and water.
The War Tiger Wiliam Dalton
(archaic) destructive, poisonous, or fatal
Sir Surendranath [soo-ren-druh-naht] /sʊˈrɛn drəˌnɑt/ (Show IPA), 1848–1925, Indian political leader. Historical Examples Original authority quoted by Mr. Banerjea in footnote on p. 103. The Political Future of India Lajpat Rai “Legislation was not among the powers entrusted to a king,” says Mr. Banerjea. The Political Future of India Lajpat Rai The authorities on these […]
a person or thing that ruins or spoils: Gambling was the bane of his existence. a deadly poison (often used in combination, as in the names of poisonous plants): wolfsbane; henbane. death; destruction; ruin. Obsolete. that which causes death or destroys life: entrapped and drowned beneath the watery bane. Contemporary Examples “What they are really […]
Also called Banffshire [bamf-sheer, -sher] /ˈbæmf ʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). a historic county in NE Scotland. a seaport in this district. a resort town in Banff National Park. Historical Examples All these routes will bring you to the eastern portal of the mountains at Calgary, and on to Banff and other points in the Parks. […]
- Banff national park
a national reserve, 2585 sq. mi. (6695 sq. km), in the Rocky Mountains, in SW Alberta, Canada.