To speak of (God or a sacred entity) in an irreverent, impious manner.(verb-transitive)
To revile; execrate.(verb-transitive)
To speak blasphemy.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "blaspheme" in a sentence
"The word blaspheme originally means to speak evil of any one, to injure by words, to blame unjustly."
"The fact struck me with unusual force when I dictated the word blaspheme to a group of ninth-grade students recently: They frowned at me as if all of them had suddenly developed a hearing disability."
"Because to blaspheme is to utter an affront or insult against the Creator."