Synonyms for blasted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLASTED
Cities which were decades in the building are blasted out of being in a night.
All I know is that there they stood, blasted and dead every one of them.
I say they are, but I like 'em all the same, and that only shows what a blasted hole I'm in.
Thirty feet above the lone man in the torpoon was the hole he had blasted in the ice.
Told as Hugo would have told it, surely it must have blasted for ever the name of a good man.
But the fond hopes which prompted this address were destined to be blasted.
She had had youth to help her, and even she had been blasted.
The leech looked like a field of lava now, a blasted spot on the green Earth.
By this time the skaters were half way on the return from the blasted pine.
The happiness of more than one life had been blasted as by a stroke of lightning.
"stricken by malignant forces (natural or supernatural), cursed, blighted," 1550s, from blast (v.), with the notion of "balefully breathed upon." In the sense of "cursed, damned" it is attested from 1680s. Meaning "drunk or stoned" dates from 1972 (blast (v.) "smoke marijuana" attested from 1959).