malediction (Meaning)

Wordnet

malediction (n)

the act of calling down a curse that invokes evil (and usually serves as an insult)

Webster

malediction (n.)

A proclaiming of evil against some one; a cursing; imprecation; a curse or execration; -- opposed to benediction.

malediction Sentence Examples

  1. The witch's malediction cursed the entire village with misfortune.
  2. The professor's malediction reverberated through the lecture hall, silencing all chatter.
  3. The sorcerer's malediction transformed the prince into a hideous beast.
  4. The curse-bearer's malediction weighed heavily upon their soul, poisoning their every moment.
  5. The malediction brought forth a swarm of demons to torment the land.
  6. The ancient artifact bore a malediction that threatened to bring ruin upon its possessor.
  7. The malediction's effects were swift and merciless, tearing apart the victim's body and soul.
  8. The priest's malediction excommunicated the heretic from the church, forever damning their eternal fate.
  9. The malediction's dark energy radiated from the cursed object, casting a pall over the surroundings.
  10. The malediction's insidious nature slowly consumed its victim, leaving them a hollow shell of their former self.

FAQs About the word malediction

the act of calling down a curse that invokes evil (and usually serves as an insult)A proclaiming of evil against some one; a cursing; imprecation; a curse or ex

curse, ban, condemnation, damnation, censure, winze,imprecation, anathema, denunciation, execration

blessing, benediction, benediction,blessing, citation, endorsement, indorsement, indorsement, endorsement,benison

The witch's malediction cursed the entire village with misfortune.

The professor's malediction reverberated through the lecture hall, silencing all chatter.

The sorcerer's malediction transformed the prince into a hideous beast.

The curse-bearer's malediction weighed heavily upon their soul, poisoning their every moment.