cursed[ kur-sid, kurst ]SEE DEFINITION OF cursed
Synonyms for cursed
- cast out
- hell fire
Antonyms for cursed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CURSED
He must be a cursed scoundrel to leave that poor lad there to die!
Often he cursed himself as a wretch for paining that pure and noble heart.
It's the cursed fear of loneliness and the fear of having time to think.
A new Ahasuerus, cursed by inexpiable crime, yet sustained by a great purpose.
Cursed be the serpent that bit you and had not sufficient power in its venom to kill!
There's no possibility of doing any thing while there is such a cursed noise in the room!
Vivian, of course, cursed ambition, as all men do whilst they are in love.
But what of that if he alone of all men could never get rid of the cursed knowledge?
The Valley was rarely to be cursed with their presence again.
The provincialism with which I had cursed his people extended to himself.
Old English cursian, from the source of curse (n.). Meaning "to swear profanely" is from early 13c. Related: Cursed; cursing.