malison (Meaning)

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malison (n.)

Malediction; curse; execration.

malison Sentence Examples

  1. The ancient mariner's malison brought misfortune upon the ship.
  2. The wizard's malison cursed the kingdom with eternal darkness.
  3. The sorcerer uttered a malison, causing the land to wither and die.
  4. The malison cast upon the family doomed them to a life of poverty and despair.
  5. The priest's malison invoked divine retribution upon the sinners.
  6. The malison spread like a plague, infecting all who came into contact with it.
  7. The malison haunted the cursed souls, tormenting them with guilt and agony.
  8. The malison shattered the village's peace, turning its inhabitants against each other.
  9. The malison rendered the once-fertile fields barren and the rivers dry.
  10. The malison consumed the kingdom, leaving behind only ruin and desolation.

FAQs About the word malison

Malediction; curse; execration.

curse, censure, condemnation, imprecation, winze, damnation,ban, malediction, anathema, spell

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

The ancient mariner's malison brought misfortune upon the ship.

The wizard's malison cursed the kingdom with eternal darkness.

The sorcerer uttered a malison, causing the land to wither and die.

The malison cast upon the family doomed them to a life of poverty and despair.