blaspheme

Part of speech: noun

Blasphemer.

Part of speech: verb

To speak irreverently of God or sacred things.

Part of speech: verb

To speak blasphemy; use profane language; swear.

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Usage examples "blaspheme":

  1. Here the founder retired in sadness and sorrow after his unfortunate day's hunting in Bramshill Park, where he accidentally shot a keeper, an incident which gave occasion to his enemies to blaspheme and deride him. - "Vanishing England", P. H. Ditchfield.
  2. Could I forget myself so far as to grant the sanction of law to an objectionable sect; to overturn all order in the church and in the state, and abominably to blaspheme my holy religion? - "The Revolt of The Netherlands, Complete", Frederich Schiller.
  3. And bethink thee, O son of Asad, that when thou dost in thy little wisdom cast scorn upon those whom Allah has blessed and led from the night wherein they dwelt into the bright noontide of Faith, thou dost cast scorn upon me and upon thine own mother, which is but a little matter, and thou dost blaspheme the Blessed name of Allah, which is to tread the ways that lead unto the Pit. - "The Sea-Hawk", Raphael Sabatini.