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
In the play—whose title, Géhenne, refers to a cursed place for sinners mentioned in the Old Testament, the Talmud and the Quran—a jihadist fighter is condemned to hell for killing Jews.
By contrast, García Márquez’s magical realist epic, which follows seven generations of the cursed Buendía clan through Colombian history, reveals more of its sly wit with each rereading.
The Ring, a story of elves, gods, dragons and a cursed ring, draws on many of the same Germanic sources as Tolkien’s work and seems especially to resonate with contemporary audiences.
So as Don Quixote takes its last steps on the long road to its (hopeful) Cannes premiere, here’s the story of how Terry Gilliam’s cockamamie and possibly cursed adaptation finally came to be.
The cursed fates dictate that someone’s gotta check you into your hotel.
Your hero, a little blob-man rendered in a remarkably cheerful black-and-white that calls to mind ASCII art and old graphic adventure games, picks up a cursed sword.
Centennial Mills is perhaps Portland's most cursed redevelopment site.
Even the cast of Howl’s Moving Castle feels ripped out of a Japanese RPG, with a cursed old woman, a shape-shifting wizard, and a sentient turnip all teaming up for a long, arduous quest.
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CURSED Defined for English Language Learners
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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