Meaning: A slanderous accusation
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The cause of this fight was the imprication spoken by the elderly man.
Pronunciation: im-pri-key-shuh n
Usage/Example: 1. Feelings flow like molten lava. The dialogue overflows with edgy wit and acidulous arias of imprecation (Source: Telegraph.co.uk)
2. In fact, when it is his turn to offer his imprecation he does the opposite. He looks out into the Israelite camp, and blesses them. (Source: The Jewish Standard)
3. Sweden managed to avoid imprecation, but was no less unreceptive. (Source: Human Rights Watch)
Synonyms and Antonyms: Imprecation
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