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Noun
/ˈblasfəmē/,
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blasphemies, plural;
  1. The act or offense of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sacred things; profane talk
    • - he was detained on charges of blasphemy
    • - screaming incomprehensible blasphemies

  1. blasphemous language (expressing disrespect for God or for something sacred)
  2. profanation: blasphemous behavior; the act of depriving something of its sacred character; "desecration of the Holy Sabbath"
  3. (blaspheme) curse: utter obscenities or profanities; "The drunken men were cursing loudly in the street"
  4. (blaspheme) speak of in an irreverent or impious manner; "blaspheme God"
  5. (blasphemous) grossly irreverent toward what is held to be sacred; "blasphemous rites of a witches' Sabbath"; "profane utterances against the Church"; "it is sacrilegious to enter with shoes on"
  6. (blasphemous) characterized by profanity or cursing; "foul-mouthed and blasphemous"; "blue language"; "profane words"
  7. Blasphemy is irreverence toward holy personages, religious artifacts, customs, and beliefs. The Abrahamic religions condemn blasphemy vehemently. Some countries have laws to punish blasphemy, while others have laws to give recourse to those who are offended by blasphemy. ...
  8. Blasphemy is the debut LP by Latvian black metal band Dark Domination. The album's sound is raw and underproduced, being typical for Second Wave Black Metal (comparable to Mayhem, Burzum, Darkthrone etc.). ...
  9. Blasphemy are a black/death metal band formed in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada in 1984. The band released a demo titled Blood Upon the Altar in 1989 and their debut album, Fallen Angel of Doom, the following year through Wild Rags, a record label they had signed to while touring the United ...
  10. Blasphemy is a novel by Douglas Preston that was released on January 8, 2008.
  11. Irreverence toward something considered sacred or inviolable; The act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for any religion's deity or deities; The act of claiming the attributes of a deity
  12. (blaspheme) Things said against the Church or God; To commit blasphemy; to speak against God or religious doctrine
  13. (Blasphemies) in turn provides an additional how-to on the firm start of Predators. Blasphemies describes both alternate views on Forsaken history and spiritual understanding, as well as how the spirits, hosts, and bale hounds operate in public and private society.
  14. Speaking evil of God or denying Him some good which we should attribute to Him. Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is stating that Jesus did his miracles by the power of the devil (Matt. 12:22-32) and is an unforgivable sin (Mark 3:28-30). ...
  15. Blasphemy, denotes an enemy creeping into your life, who under assumed friendship will do you great harm. To dream you are cursing yourself, means evil fortune. To dream you are cursed by others, signifies relief through affection and prosperity. ...
  16. Evil and reproachful language directed at God, the Virgin, the Saints or sacred objects. The blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is a mortal and unforgivable sin, because it presumes that Got's saving action in this particular case is impossible. (cf. Matt. 12: 31).
  17. The word comes directly from the Greek and means to slander, curse, or show contempt. In many cases blasphemy refers to contemptuous behavior toward God. (See Lev 24:16; Matt 12:31.) One of the accusations against Jesus was blasphemy (Matt 26:65; John 10:30-33).
  18. Speech, thought, or action manifesting contempt of God.
  19. Swearing in the name of God, denying the existence of God, saying evil things about God, asserting incorrect beliefs about God, etc. One religion's affirmation of their God is often another religion's blasphemy about their God. ...
  20. crim. law. To attribute to God that which is contrary to his nature, and does not belong to him, and to deny what does or it is a false reflection uttered with a malicious, design of reviling God. Elym's Pref. to vol. 8, St. Tr.
  21. Injurious or abusive speech, especially that directed against God, one of the most serious of all sins. Israelites were punished with death by stoning for calling down evil upon God. (Exo 20:7)
  22. The malicious or wanton reproach of God, either written or oral. In ENGLISH LAW, the offense of speaking disparaging words about God, Jesus Christ, the Bible, or the Book of Common Prayer with the intent to undermine religious beliefs and promote CONTEMPT and hatred for the church as well as ...
  23. Kills, paralyzes, weakens, or dazes nonevil subjects.
  24. insulting G-d or G-dÕs name, especially by claiming to be G-d or to have the attributes of G-d
  25. screamed the crowd, "SHE DENIES THAT THE LIGHTBULB LIVES!" They ran to Rudolph's dorm room to tell him. "THE DIRECTOR DOESN'T BELIEVE IN YOU!" said one student to the bulb. It sat in silence. "HE'S TOO ANGRY TO SPEAK!" he informed the crowd. ...