• IPA: /əˈnæ.θə.mə.taɪz/

anathematize (anathematizes, present participle anathematizing; past and past participle anathematized)

  1. (transitive) To cause to be, or to declare as, an anathema or evil.
    • 2009, Candace de Russy, "Madness, Thy Name Is 'Stimulus' ↗," American Thinker, 13 Feb. (retrieved 21 Feb. 2009):
      Harvard economist Robert Barro anathematized it as "probably the worst bill that has been put forth since the 1930s" and, in a word, "garbage."
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