Synonyms and antonyms of a pox on someone in the English dictionary of synonyms
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2 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «A POX ON SOMEONE»
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McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Idoms and Phrasal Verbs
The powers that be have decided to send back the immi- grants. I have applied
for a license, and the powers that be are considering my application. A pox onsomeone or something! Fig. A curse on someone or something! (Old. Now
Richard Spears, 2006
2 [U] old use the disease smallpox (Sfflffi)^ft: 3 A pox on (someone/ something)!
use May something very bad happen to (someone/something)! (Sffltt)fflSB(K AS *
*! — see also # a chicken pox, cowpox, smallpox pp abbrev.for F#J«>fi85B: 1 ...
普罗克特 (Procter, Paul), 1988
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Nancy Williams: Mom didn't tolerate cussing or ugly talk
I had thought it would be great to have a child like me, but based on how she said it, it was with the same tone you'd wish a pox on someone. «Asheville Citizen-Times, Feb 15»
« EDUCALINGO. A pox on someone [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/a-pox-on-someone>. Jan 2019 ».