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Blasphemous dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. He brings the blasphemous.
2. They say it’s blasphemous.
3. BLASPHEMOUS NAME: The name on the heads of the Beast is.
4. It seemed almost blasphemous to change the appearance of.
5. Now, then, where are you, you insignificant, blasphemous sage?
6. A long, blasphemous string of profanities raced through his mind.
7. Others are so blasphemous as to compare the scaffold of Louis XVI.

8. Maybe my role in the city was just as blasphemous as yours, just as ungodly.
9. Does this sound sacrilegious or blasphemous? I hope not; I do not mean it to be so.
10. Israel has metamorphosed into the Body of Christ - blasphemy at its most blasphemous.
11. Instantly there followed a mad medley of yells, shrieks and cries of blasphemous agony.
12. The word was blasphemous, portraying God as something unliving, dead, withered and gone.
13. I’m quoting him now, a sham and a mockery, a blasphemous travesty of the real thing.
14. All it says is that Rowenna was severely disciplined for blasphemous claims and behaviour.
15. How any rational individual could conceive such a blasphemous creation was beyond my knowledge.
16. All the index referred to was ‘an evil and sinful deed perpetrated by a blasphemous Sister’.
17. The fugitive, without stopping, turned his head and called out something evidently abusive or blasphemous.
18. There was something very revolting and blasphemous in this representation of his mother as a half-nude beauty.
19. She stamped a little foot and swore with a proficiency acquired by association with her blasphemous companions.
20. Maybe fifteen or more, she said slowly, her mind edging toward an idea that was nothing short of blasphemous.
21. Well, my eyes WERE sealed, it appeared, at present—a consummation for which it seemed blasphemous not to thank God.
22. But their lives were forfeit now, he knew, the very moment they decided to carry out every unholy blasphemous act ever imagined.
23. And he had seen the Patriarch vanish and reappear, wielding strange instruments of unknown origin that would have been deemed utterly blasphemous.
24. Who art thou? Thou dreamest that thou art wise because thou couldst utter those blasphemous words, he went on, with a somber and scornful smile.
25. Leroy Garrett, That God would rise the wicked and give them immortality only to torment them in a devil's hell unendingly is both gross and vulgar, even blasphemous.
26. Whenever We let man taste mercy from Us, he rejoices in it; but when misfortune befalls them, as a consequence of what their hands have perpetrated, man turns blasphemous.
27. As someone who trades during the day and who is also involved in running other trading-related businesses, I realize that this is a statement some people would call blasphemous.
28. What was blasphemous and deserving of death in the eyes of many, was welcome revelation to others, raised, as they were, to see magic and omens in common objects, and expect the.
29. The world is not ready for the likes of you and Gilbert Keith Chesterton! Them blasphemous signs! STOP! CONSIDER! THINK! DO! What the hell do they mean that has shut the gab here?
30. It was a paradox: if God is indeed omnipotent, is he then capable of creating something more intelligent than himself? The riddle was considered disrespectful, he recalled, even blasphemous.
31. A great uproar ensued, a clashing of plates, a swarming of arms, a rush of voices which hoped to drown blasphemous inquiry forever, Douglas talking louder and making more motions than the rest.
32. It must offer those explanations—those demons and fallen archangels and all the unclean, blasphemous powers with which they tempt the children of God—in order to accomplish its own goals.
33. Those eyes grew and became gigantic, and in them the Cimmerian glimpsed the reality of all the abysmal and blasphemous horrors that lurk in the outer darkness of formless voids and nighted gulfs.
34. You do not know Him, but He is here, He is in me, He is in my words, He is in thee, and even in those blasphemous words thou hast just uttered! pronounced the Mason in a stern and tremulous voice.
35. You do not know Him, but He is here, He is in me, He is in my words, He is in thee, and even in those blasphemous words thou hast just uttered!’ pronounced the Mason in a stern and tremulous voice.
36. Father Benson told the two men that Hammond had been looking at records of a trial and execution of a blasphemous nun and the fear, within the church, was that Daniel could use those records to discredit the holy order.
37. Perhaps he was a messenger from God Himself; though it might have been presumptuous or even blasphemous to think that God would seek to aid him in such straightforward ways that completely and blatantly proved his Divine existence.
38. Dimmesdale and this excellent and hoary-bearded deacon, it was only by the most careful self-control that the former could refrain from uttering certain blasphemous suggestions that rose into his mind, respecting the communion supper.
39. She knew that what he said, what he wrote would be branded blasphemous, and that he would be thrown to the wolves, if you’ll excuse the expression, or left for dead in the dungeons they had quintessentially termed the sanatorium for the mentally unstable.
40. Leaning his left hand on his stick and grinding his teeth together, he cast a furious glance at the heavens and shook his fist! A cry of passionate anger broke from his lips; he repeated his menacing gesture, and added one short expressive word—a word blasphemous enough by itself.
41. This exploration of Scripture interpretation may be acutely considered by some fundamentalists and others to be at worst, heretical and blasphemous, and at best, somewhat atypical and non-traditional, although it is essentially an objective, considered, practical and realistic academic approach.
42. To such a blasphemous height was this notion of voting abstract propositions, or declarations, or truisms (call them what you will) carried at one time in France, that their Convention very gravely decreed "that there was a God!" This was a self-evident truth; and being so could not become more so by being decreed.
43. They represent His very piety and virtue in a style which, however consistent with the filial subjection of the Son to the Eternal Father, is wholly unsuitable to a mortal, and which compels the reader to choose between the alternatives of true Deity in the Savior, or a blasphemous impiety in His pretensions as a man.
44. Preacher Cooper’s face clearly turned a deep red at the monstrous, blasphemous suggestion that would have had heretics burned at the stake or excommunicated several centuries ago, and his eyes filled with an anger, a rage much like that which had been present during his testimony at the inquest until he appeared as though he was about to have an apoplectic fit.
45. But the chief reason for not carrying out his intention to enter the army lay in the vague idea that he was L’russe Besuhof who had the number of the beast, 666; that his part in the great affair of setting a limit to the power of the beast that spoke great and blasphemous things had been predestined from eternity, and that therefore he ought not to undertake anything, but wait for what was bound to come to.
46. But the chief reason for not carrying out his intention to enter the army lay in the vague idea that he was L’russe Besuhof who had the number of the beast, 666; that his part in the great affair of setting a limit to the power of the beast that spoke great and blasphemous things had been predestined from eternity, and that therefore he ought not to undertake anything, but wait for what was bound to come to pass.
47. But the Clubs that concern’d Melinda (and the other three Wenches) were those formerly known by the name of Hell-Fire Clubs, and regarding these, great Secrecy and Discretion were requir’d, for just a little over three Years previously, a Royal Proclamation had been issu’d ’gainst blasphemous Clubs in London; and since that Time, the Hell-Fire Clubs had all changed their Names and conducted their “Amorological Rites,” their “Corybantic Orgies,” their “Tahitian Fertility Rites,” most privily.
48. Supposing the son of Sophroniscus had been unjustly condemned, who would hinder his escaping from the prison, especially since he had numerous friends to help him? Was it so difficult for the rich Plato, for Æschines and others to bribe the guards? Then the restless gadfly would flee from Athens to the barbarians in Thessaly, or to the Peloponnesus, or, still farther, to Egypt; Athens would no longer hear his blasphemous speeches; his death would not weigh upon the conscience of the worthy citizens, and so everything would end for the best of all.
49. And none of those present, from the inspector down to Maslova, seemed conscious of the fact that this Jesus, whose name the priest repeated such a great number of times, and whom he praised with all these curious expressions, had forbidden the very things that were being done there; that He had prohibited not only this meaningless much-speaking and the blasphemous incantation over the bread and wine, but had also, in the clearest words, forbidden men to call other men their master, and to pray in temples; and had ordered that every one should pray in solitude, had forbidden to erect temples, saying that He had come to destroy them, and that one should worship, not in a temple, but in spirit and in truth; and, above all, that He had forbidden not only to judge, to imprison, to torment, to execute men, as was being done here, but had prohibited any kind of violence, saying that He had come to give freedom to the captives.
50. Why do good men and even women, who have certainly no interest in war, go into raptures over the various exploits of Skobeloff and others, and vie with one another in glorifying them? Why do men, who are not obliged to do so, and get no fee for it, devote, like the marshals of nobility in Russia, whole months of toil to a business physically disagreeable and morally painful—the enrolling of conscripts? Why do all kings and emperors wear the military uniform? Why do they all hold military reviews, why do they organize maneuvers, distribute rewards to the military, and raise monuments to generals and successful commanders? Why do rich men of independent position consider it an honor to perform a valet's duties in attendance on crowned personages, flattering them and cringing to them and pretending to believe in their peculiar superiority? Why do men who have ceased to believe in the superstitions of the mediæval Church, and who could not possibly believe in them seriously and consistently, pretend to believe in and give their support to the demoralizing and blasphemous institution of the church? Why is it that not only governments but private persons of the higher classes, try so jealously to maintain the ignorance of the people? Why do they fall with such fury on any effort at breaking down religious superstitions or really enlightening the people? Why do historians, novelists, and poets, who have no hope of gaining anything by their flatteries, make heroes of kings, emperors, and conquerors of past times? Why do men, who call themselves learned, dedicate whole lifetimes to making theories to prove that violence employed by authority against the people is not violence at all, but a special right? One often wonders why a fashionable lady or an artist, who, one would think, would take no interest in political or military questions, should always condemn strikes of working people, and defend war; and should always be found without hesitation opposed to the one, favorable to the other.

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