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a·nath·e·ma·tize

 (ə-năth′ə-mə-tīz′)
tr.v. a·nath·e·ma·tized, a·nath·e·ma·tiz·ing, a·nath·e·ma·tiz·es
To proclaim an anathema on; curse.

[Late Latin anathematīzāre, from Greek anathematizein, from anathema, anathemat-, anathema; see anathema.]

a·nath′e·ma·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.

anathematize

(əˈnæθɪməˌtaɪz) or

anathematise

vb
(Ecclesiastical Terms) to pronounce an anathema (upon a person, etc); curse
aˌnathematiˈzation, aˌnathematiˈsation n

a•nath•e•ma•tize

(əˈnæθ ə məˌtaɪz)

v. -tized, -tiz•ing. v.t.
1. to utter an anathema against.
v.i.
2. to utter anathemas.
[1560–70; (< Middle French) < Late Latin]
a•nath`e•ma•ti•za′tion, n.
a•nath′e•ma•tiz`er, n.

anathematize


Past participle: anathematized
Gerund: anathematizing

Imperative
anathematize
anathematize
Present
I anathematize
you anathematize
he/she/it anathematizes
we anathematize
you anathematize
they anathematize
Preterite
I anathematized
you anathematized
he/she/it anathematized
we anathematized
you anathematized
they anathematized
Present Continuous
I am anathematizing
you are anathematizing
he/she/it is anathematizing
we are anathematizing
you are anathematizing
they are anathematizing
Present Perfect
I have anathematized
you have anathematized
he/she/it has anathematized
we have anathematized
you have anathematized
they have anathematized
Past Continuous
I was anathematizing
you were anathematizing
he/she/it was anathematizing
we were anathematizing
you were anathematizing
they were anathematizing
Past Perfect
I had anathematized
you had anathematized
he/she/it had anathematized
we had anathematized
you had anathematized
they had anathematized
Future
I will anathematize
you will anathematize
he/she/it will anathematize
we will anathematize
you will anathematize
they will anathematize
Future Perfect
I will have anathematized
you will have anathematized
he/she/it will have anathematized
we will have anathematized
you will have anathematized
they will have anathematized
Future Continuous
I will be anathematizing
you will be anathematizing
he/she/it will be anathematizing
we will be anathematizing
you will be anathematizing
they will be anathematizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been anathematizing
you have been anathematizing
he/she/it has been anathematizing
we have been anathematizing
you have been anathematizing
they have been anathematizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been anathematizing
you will have been anathematizing
he/she/it will have been anathematizing
we will have been anathematizing
you will have been anathematizing
they will have been anathematizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been anathematizing
you had been anathematizing
he/she/it had been anathematizing
we had been anathematizing
you had been anathematizing
they had been anathematizing
Conditional
I would anathematize
you would anathematize
he/she/it would anathematize
we would anathematize
you would anathematize
they would anathematize
Past Conditional
I would have anathematized
you would have anathematized
he/she/it would have anathematized
we would have anathematized
you would have anathematized
they would have anathematized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.anathematize - curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment
deplore - express strong disapproval of; "We deplore the government's treatment of political prisoners"

anathematize

verb
To invoke evil or injury upon:
Informal: cuss.
Archaic: execrate, maledict.
Translations

anathematize

[əˈnæθɪmətaɪz] VTanatematizar

anathematize

vt (Eccl) → mit dem Bann belegen
References in classic literature ?
Everywhere Bonaparte was anathematized and in Moscow nothing but the coming war was talked of.
Immediately, the venerable parent--on a cold winter's night, it is said-- anathematized and turned her out.'
During the operation he did not fail to utter comminations which, though broken, had a sense in them; while stigmatizing me as the treacherous spawn of a perfidious country, he, in the same breath, anathematized Zoraide Reuter; he termed her "femme sotte et vicieuse," who, in a fit of lewd caprice, had thrown herself away on an unprincipled adventurer; directing the point of the last appellation by a furious blow, obliquely aimed at me.
Before embarking, the great eris of the American Fur Company took leave of their illustrious ally in due style, with many professions of lasting friendship and promises of future intercourse; while the matter-of-fact captain anathematized him in his heart for a grasping, trafficking savage; as shrewd and sordid in his dealings as a white man.
As the cruise was to consume a year at least, for they were to stop for indefinite periods at various points of interest, Clayton mentally anathematized Tennington for ever suggesting such a ridiculous trip.
This unseemly levity so raged the diocesan that the offender was publicly anathematized, thrown into the Stour and replaced by another head of Saint Dennis, brought from Rome.
In fact, He's presentation at the University of Hong Kong (just down the road from his erstwhile place of work in Shenzhen) was dramatized in the manner of a confession, and he was summarily anathematized at the summit and in the scientific and popular press.
Anyone who does dare to speak out for the old forms of political community is now anathematized as a far-right nationalist or a far-let socialist (or, in France, communist).
In this way, exercise is sometimes anathematized in underserved urban school culture, precisely where and when in a child's life it is needed most.
While the church considered regicide the ultimate sin (comparable to parricide) and immediately anathematized the members of the People's Will, it also presented the attacks as something like divine remonstrance, not of the tsar but of the wayward Russian people.
Suicide was anathematized and considered a crime, but nowadays, it risks transforming into statistical rate.
This is a drastically different approach to marriage that is directly contrary to the canonical and theological tradition of the Latin Church and is a position explicitly condemned and anathematized at the Council of Trent (Sessio XXIV, c.