Maledict

Mal'e·dict adjective [ Latin maledictus , past participle of maledicere .] Accursed; abominable. [ R.]
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maledict

Accursed; abominable. ... Origin: L. Maledictus, p. P. Of maledicere. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Maledict

• (a.) Accursed; abominable.
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maledict

maledict 1. To address with maledictions or curses. 2. To utter a curse against someone or somethng.
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