Definition Of imprecation
a spoken curse.
she hurled her imprecations at anyone who might be listening
Example Of imprecation
Croft galloped past the cart, the farmer's imprecations following him down the road.
Early on, many Christian interpreters resorted to non-literal and allegorical readings of the Old Testament, especially of such difficult passages as the imprecatory psalms.
He is, at this moment, hunched over his unstolen cellphone in tears, begging, pleading, mumbling imprecations for me to call him and relieve his torment.
Howell was muttering threats and imprecations .
It may reflect a limitation to Nehemiah's great strengths or it may reflect zeal for the glory of God, as similarly reflected in the imprecatory psalms and prayers in the Old and New Testaments.