- Latin maleficium: compare French maléfice. See malefactor. (Wiktionary)
“After that the brotha rebuked every sort of spell, malefice, witchcraft, and every form of the occult.”
“From every sort of spell, malefice, witchcraft, and every form of the occult, we implore Thee, deliver us O Lord.”
“The theorizing of the electronic text revolves constantly around what is "real" and what is not--whether the representation is of "the order of sacrament," or of perversions of reality orders of evil and malefice: a conversation posed as a uniquely post-postmodern crisis of truth, of body and mind and technology, of humanity itself, as though Socrates had never banned the poet from his Republic for creating representations three removes from the ideal, truth.”
“Reply Obj. 3: Christ's Passion was indeed a malefice on His slayers 'part; but on His own it was the sacrifice of one suffering out of charity.”
“Therefore Christ's Passion was rather a malefice than a sacrifice.”
“And hereof be said the enchanters of Pharaoh, Magi, which by their malefice made their marvels by the enchanting of the craft of the devil.”
“An inscrutable providence, of which our witness is the mouthpiece, has elected to set apart this rock in order that the devil and the English, who, he says, are a pair, may continue their work of protestantising and filling the world with malefice.”
“A white rag, an old bone lying in the path, might be a _malefice_ which, if trodden upon, would cause his leg to blacken and swell up to the size of the limb of an elephant; -- an unopened bundle of plantain leaves or of bamboo strippings, dropped by the way-side, might contain the skin of a”
“Spoken on the full discovery of some malefice, which before we only suspected.”
“It doesn’t mean malefice by it, but neverthenaught it sets all ablame, you see?”
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