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- adv. In a manner showing a lack of piety or respect for the sacred. In a blasphemous manner. In manner resembling blasphemy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a blasphemous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Impiously; profanely.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a blasphemous manner
But it is none the less the thing I mean because it calls blasphemously on God
He may remember Him so far as to use His name blasphemously to punctuate and emphasize what he is saying.
'blasphemously' apply to the actual 'old chimera of a Pope. '
The excepted word, not named by Spedding, is 'blasphemously' (Luke xxii.
I blasphemously questioned whether it was all his real hair.
There's something both hypocritically and blasphemously charming about a band whose right-hand man chews a lit cigarette on stage trust me, I've seen it, whose album art features the same bandmember brandishing an almost finished cancer stick and staring into a projected crucifix, and whose mohawked keyboard player quite literally jumps on his musical instrument while playing it.
Here, also, the agent and his assistant yearn all winter for the spring, and when the spring comes, camp blasphemously on the roof while the Yukon washes out the establishment.
The pastry is bound, a little blasphemously, with holy water from Lourdes.
Today is the the day we present our interview with Paul Blake, a developer from ToyVault -- the maniacal purveyors of the blasphemously adorable Plush Cthulhu line.
For example, if a Muslim neighbor, for example, says that his non-Muslim neighbor has committed blasphemously about the Prophet or the Quran, he can easily be arrested.