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    imprecation - Dictionary definition and meaning for word imprecation

    (noun) the act of calling down a curse that invokes evil (and usually serves as an insult)
    Synonyms : malediction
    Example Sentence
    • he suffered the imprecations of the mob
    (noun) a slanderous accusation
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for imprecation

IMPRECATION=IM-PRAY-cation. The prefix IM- means opposite. The opposite of PRAY is CURSE (The latin root word "precari" means pray).

im+precation(relate it to precaution.....so you must take a precaution before saying somebody a curse, or using any offensive word.

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sounds a lot like IMPLICATION...one must tihnk of the implications before cursing.. :|

I M PREGNANT....u deceived me and hence Its my imprecation that ur life will be ruined

improvising prev mnemonic..., im + Precation. im and precaution. U must take precautions before cursing someone, else it may back fire.

YOU MUST take a precaution to SWEAR in front of someone, as swear is considered a offensive word in civilized society.

A Flamabble substance without any (IM)PRECA(u)TION given is a CURSE in disguise..!!

May your daughter be IMPREGNATED by a sea slug

We must have an imprecation - our vaCATION was supposed to be IMPossible to wREck

If u negatively rate this mnemonic, u will b cursed.

the word sounds like im+ prick + cation. to prick is to hurt/decieve someone.

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