Definition of 'malediction'
Example sentences containing 'malediction'
A thin, skeletal whisper, like a malediction from the underworld, filtered between the blood-soaked fingers of the eyeless man.A DAYSTAR OF FEAR (2004)
Treebeard rumbled for a moment, as if he were pronouncing some deep, subterranean Entish malediction.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
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