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malison

Line breaks: mal|ison
Pronunciation: /ˈmalɪz(ə)n
 
, -s-/

Definition of malison in English:

noun

archaic
A curse.
Example sentences
  • You could knock a magic resitence of 200% to zero, cast 3-4 malisons, and use your kill spell of choice.
  • The passage is as follows, ‘the malisons which he muttered…, were of truly cabalistic length and fearfulness.’
  • In any case, perhaps, hawks may be trying to avoid falling foul of those malisons.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French.

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