- v curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment
- s under a curse
- Turning to a different front, Yosef called the Palestinians "snakes" and "accursed, wicked ones," and cited Talmudic commentaries to claim that God was "sorry he created" all Arabs.
- But these times are not just accursed, not simply an awful episode to be endured they really are interesting times, because of the new and possibly improved America that might .
- For that failure of courage, they were condemned to become the accursed descendants of Cain.
- William Shakespeare in Times Online
And gentlemen in England now abed, shall think themselves accursed they were not here,William Shakespeare wrote, and those in Liverpool recovering from minor groin operations may be pretty hacked off about it, too.
- Aleksander Kwasniewski in Financial Times
As Aleksander Kwasniewski, the former Polish president, said after the crash, "It is an accursed place."