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curse

(kers),
An affliction thought to be invoked by a malevolent spirit.

curse

(kŭrs)
An affliction thought to be invoked by an evil spirit.

curse

(kĕrs)
1. To attempt to inflict injury by appeal to a malevolent supernatural power.
2. Injury assumed to have been inflicted by a malevolent supernatural power.
3. To use foul, offensive language.
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The AML chief in his fiery speech had announced tendering his resignation as a lawmaker while the PTI chief had said he cursed the current parliament that "has violated very basic principles of democracy by voting in support of the corrupt Sharifs".
He cursed and threatened us in public and loudly in front of others.
I sensed he was as vested in breaking this curse as I was (or he drew the short straw, as no other guide wanted the cursed hunter).
Best Costume Design: Katrina Lindsay 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child'
The former chief mufti claimed that he had once cursed a chief prosecutor who was now amentally unstablea and a judge from the Sofia City Court who died.
detonations on the land Cursed are his white-gloved hands Cursed is the
Cursed Clothes captures the essence of Oliver and Florian's favorite flicks from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and present day.
A number of different teams have been thought by persons to be cursed at various times and for various reasons (Roberts, 2004), including the St.
1 : to call upon divine power to send harm or evil upon <He cursed his enemies.
Mr Cameron is travelling to the county with his family next week and it is understood he has booked to stay in a house that was cursed in the 16th century.
ACCORDING to folklore, Romany gypsies cursed Birmingham City FC with a spell so strong it has tormented managers for 110 years.
If we read closely, we are likely, at least in our culture, to have more in common with those who are cursed than blessed.