Word Of The Day: Blasphemous

To fully grasp all of the meanings of this word, let’s start with the Merriam-Webster definition of Blasphemy:

Main Entry:   blas·phe·my 
Pronunciation:  blas-fə-mē\
Function:  noun
Inflected Form(s):  plural blas·phe·mies
Date: 13th century
1 a: the act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for God or b: the act of claiming the attributes of deity
2: irreverence toward something considered sacred or inviolable
Now, on to the actual word of the day Blasphemous:
Main Entry:  blas·phe·mous 
Pronunciation: \ˈblas-fə-məs\
Function:  adjective
Date:  15th century
blas·phe·mous·ly adverb
blas·phe·mous·ness noun


Let’s use THIS word in a sentence!

The McCain / Palin Campaign (two horrible and separate campaigns, really) was BLASPHEMOUS and presented a clear and present danger to the safety of our nation and our people.  And, quite frankly, it still does.

The McCain Palin Campaign was so reckless and completely without regard for the well-being and safety of others that it is truly incomprehensible.

Okay, now you try it.  Use BLASPHEMOUS in a sentence.

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