Blasphemy

Blasphemy, defined by Ruskin as the opposite of euphemy, and as wishing ill to anything, culminating in wishing ill to God, as the height of “ill-manners.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Blasius, St. * Blatant Beast
Blanc, Mont
Blanchard, François
Blanchard, Laman
Blanche of Castile
Blanchet, The Abbé
Blandrata, Giorgio
Blanqui, Adolphe
Blanqui, Louis Auguste
Blarney-stone
Blasius, St.
Blasphemy
Blatant Beast
Blavatsky, Mme.
Bleek, Friedrich
Bleek, Wm.
Blefuscu
Blenheim
Blenheim Park
Blessington, Countess of
Blicher, Steen Steensen
Bligh, Wm.

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