Definition of cursed
: being under or deserving a curse
Examples of cursed in a Sentence
Some people think the old house is cursed.
a people cursed with famine
His cursed stupidity got him in trouble again.
I can't get this cursed radio to work.
Recent Examples of cursed from the Web
The overlaid story concerns young sailor Henry Turner (Brenton Thwaites), who is determined to free his father, Will (Orlando Bloom), from a watery cursed existence.
Meanwhile, young Henry is desperate to lift a curse that keeps his father Will on board the Jolly Roger, a cursed ship that roams the bottom of the ocean.
It was meant to follow a 'cursed bill' over the course of a day or so.
The Mummy will introduce Jekyll and Prodigium, plus Cruise as soldier of fortune Nick Morton and Boutella as the cursed title character.
There are cursed locations, and then there is the spot in Montgomery Plaza where six restaurants have stood over a span of 12 years.
Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs is a parody that will give the classic fairy tale a twist, setting the story as if the dwarfs were actually seven cursed princes.
Katie Bell got out of St. Mungo’s after being given a cursed object by Malfoy, and Harry finally told Hermione and Ron that Horace Slughorn inspired a young Voldemort to get into the Horcrux game.
Today’s headlines of interest include how Hollywood is supporting the national women’s strike, a cursed threequel, and the renewal of two brilliantly bloody shows.
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Definition of cursed for English Language Learners
: affected by a curse that causes bad things to happen
: affected by something bad
: annoying or unpleasant
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