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adjective as in damned

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He was kept in total darkness, kept cold, had music blasted at him and was shackled and hooded.

Abarca blasted him in the face and the chest with a shotgun.

Margaret, in the blasted shock of sudden loss, sold most of her possessions and moved to Florida.

Bullets and richochets blasted through care windows and windshields.

Almost 300 people were killed altogether when a missile blasted the commercial airliner out of the sky.

"Here's my authority, yuh blasted runt," he yelled, and jerked his six-shooter to a level with the policeman's breast.

The dam was completed, booms and cribbing placed, ledges blasted out well within the six months' period set for those operations.

The oaks were either dead or dying, and the whole district had an inexpressibly blasted and weird appearance.

The career of many a man has been blasted for ever by the utterance of cruel untruths or the repetition of vague suspicions.

Lying there on the sidewalk, blasted for keeps, his wagon fixed, Wilson Lamb tried to put it together.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blasted, such as: accursed, blamed, blessed, bloody, confounded, and cursed.

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