1. cursed

adjective. ['ˈkɝːst'] deserving a curse; sometimes used as an intensifier.


  • infernal
  • deuced
  • cursed with
  • damnable
  • blessed
  • maledict
  • damned
  • accursed
  • curst
  • goddamn
  • damn
  • execrable
  • blame
  • blamed
  • darned
  • stuck with
  • goddam
  • blasted
  • accurst


  • good
  • supernal
  • unholy
  • unhappy

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Rhymes with Cursed

  • guaranty-first
  • unreimbursed
  • interspersed
  • unrehearsed
  • reimbursed
  • interfirst
  • traversed
  • submersed
  • medfirst
  • headfirst
  • dispersed
  • disbursed
  • conversed
  • reversed
  • rehearsed
  • immersed
  • emersed
  • coerced
  • wurst
  • worst
  • werst
  • versed
  • thirst
  • pursed
  • nursed
  • merced
  • kirst
  • kerst
  • hurst
  • huerst

Sentences with cursed

1. Verb, past tense
Enter the run-down house near the drydocked boat and kill the man inside who cursed Jaheira.

2. Verb, past participle
Use a tanning bed and self-tanning lotion if you are cursed with a cloudy day.

Quotes about cursed

1. Erre es korakas, Blinky!"Dionysus cursed. "I will have your soul!
- Rick Riordan, The Last Olympian

2. I don't think we get answers to every question. We don't get all the whys. But I think when we look back to the end of our lives, if we do the best we can, and we will see that the things we begged God to take from us, the things we cursed him for, the things that made us turn our backs on him, are the things that were the biggest blessings, the biggest opportunities for growth.
- Amy Harmon, Making Faces

3. But there was a special kind of gift that came with embracing the chaos, even if I cursed most of the way. I'm convinced that, when everything is wiped blank, it's life 's way of forcing you to become acquainted with and aware of who you are now, who you can become. What is the fulfillment of your soul?
- Jennifer DeLucy

2. cursed

adjective. ['ˈkɝːst'] in danger of the eternal punishment of Hell.


  • doomed
  • lost
  • unsaved
  • unredeemed


  • lost
  • bless
  • worth
  • superior