- adj.被诅咒的，邪恶的; 可恨的; 应受诅咒的
They consider themselves not cursed, but very fortunate to have each other.
The old man was cursed with three ungrateful sons.
The movers cursed the unwieldiness of the big piano.
Somebody in the Bible had done just that thing. Cursed God and died.
She cursed at one of her servants this morning.
My father cursed me for this extravagance.
The boy was so rough and rude that his mother cursed him roundly.
I hate this cursed cold weather.
Cursed: So wicked and detestable as to deserve to be cursed.
Cursed be Canaan ; let him be a servant of servants to his brothers.
就说、 迦南当 受咒诅、必给他弟兄作奴仆的奴仆.
He wept and cursed her.
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He is cursed with deformed arches.
He cursed the waiter who had spilled soup on him.
The old man cursed his enemies.
It's a cursed thing to be in debt.
I cursed her roundly for being late.
Poor Mother is cursed with bad health.
They cursed me as a madman.
The necklace was cursed.
The whole family seemed cursed.
She silently cursed her own stupidity.
People cursed and stammered apologies.
I'd cursed him and railed at him.
The ground was cursed because of him.
Bulman was cursed with a poor memory for names.
Whitlock silently cursed Graham for heaping more suspicion on him.
I cursed and hobbled to my feet.
Grandma protested, but he cursed her and rudely pushed her aside.
All in all, the Olympic class ships were marvels of sea engineering, but they seemed cursed to suffer disastrous fates.
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1. 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"
2. in danger of the eternal punishment of hell;
"poor damned souls"