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cursed (adj.)

also curst, c. 1200, "under a curse, damned," past-participle adjective from curse (v.). From late 14c. as an expletive. Related: Cursedly; cursedness.

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Definitions of cursed

cursed (adj.)
deserving a curse; sometimes used as an intensifier;
villagers shun the area believing it to be cursed
cursed with four daughter
not a cursed drop
his cursed stupidity
I'll be cursed if I can see your reasoning
Synonyms: curst
cursed (adj.)
in danger of the eternal punishment of Hell;
Synonyms: damned / doomed / unredeemed / unsaved
From wordnet.princeton.edu