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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcursedcurs‧ed /ˈkɜːsɪd $ ˈkɜːr-/ adjective  1 be cursed with/by something2 literarySUFFER suffering as a result of a punishment by God or a god
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cursedShe wouldn't speak, and both of us felt cursed.Katherine Lundy was determined that her children would grow up unaffected and untainted by the cursed country.Now he had no way to track the cursed creature ... How very quickly Carnelian had acted!The cursed item can not be removed, either, once put on.Collins' novel is about a cursed jewel stolen from an idol's eye.This is commonly reported by the cursed survivors of Auschwitz.There was not a drink to be had after midnight in this cursed town.
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