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verb tr.: To denounce, condemn, or curse.
From Middle French anathematiser, from Latin anathematizare (to ban, curse, or detest), from Greek anathematizein (to curse), from anathema (something devoted to evil). Earliest documented use: 1473.
“Korak looked searchingly down upon her, mentally anathematizing the broad-brimmed hat that hid her features from his eyes.”
Edgar Rice Burroughs; The Son of Tarzan; A.C. McClurg; 1915.
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