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curse

(kers),
An affliction thought to be invoked by a malevolent spirit.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

curse

(kŭrs)
An affliction thought to be invoked by an evil spirit.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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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Duterte even said that cursing is common in movies.
Suddenly she started cursing me and spitting at me.
" In simpler terms, it doesn't matter if you were mad or trying to be funny, the ordinance still bans anyone from cursing in these establishments regardless of the context.
Instead, PPP's Sattar Bachani joined the PML-N lawmakers in cursing the PTI MNAs for their 'uncalled for' behaviour.
'Cursing the parliament will not be acceptable in a democratic setup,' the deputy speaker said in response to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)'s MNAs, who gave arguments defending the remarks made by the PTI Chairman, Imran Khan, against the parliament.
"I have a clear message for those cursing the Parliament and staging a circus at Mall Road that make an attempt to dissolve the assemblies if they have it in them I challenge them to table a no-confidence motion against me in the National Assembly," he stated.The PML-N had always talked about uniting the provinces and against the division and discrimination, said the premier, adding that the people can witness development projects initiated by the party in all provinces of the country.
The three Syrians were discussing business, according to records, before the trader started yelling and cursing his two countrymen and slandering them.
as well as texts from the Hebrew Bible, it centers on cursing as a phenomenon in various areas of social life.
As part of her contributions to the All Along The Wall song and poetry show, Julie had written a song called Cursing Stone.
The aesthetics of blessing and cursing: Literary and iconographic dimensions of Hebrew and Aramaic blessing and curse texts.
Bernard Mees (Fellow of the University of Melbourne) presents Celtic Curses, the first in-depth, scholarly assessment of early Celtic cursing, including but far from limited to the binding tablets of ancient Britain and Gaul, as well as records of early medieval Celtic stipulation and binding.
Ask friends to be your "cursing police" so they can "bust" you for potty mouth.

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