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Accurse

Definition of the verb accurse

What does accurse mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections: accursed | accursing | accurses

  1. curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment

Alternative definition of the verb accurse

verb

  1. To devote to destruction; to imprecate misery or evil upon; to curse; to execrate; to anathematize.

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Google previewThe Southern Magazine (1871)

Accurse is a difficult word with a real or apparent Romanic prefix ac, applied to curse, of which the common reference to crux (a cross) seems a mere unsatisfying guess. Here Messrs. Ebener and Greenway come to our aid by producing the ...

Google previewA Universal Biographical Dictionary ... To which is added a dictionary of the principal divinities and heroes of Grecian and Roman mythology: and a biographical dictionary of eminent living characters. [By Charles N. Baldwin.] (1825)

ACCURSE, Francis, a native of Florence, ...

Google previewAn English-Temme Dictionary (1880)

Or, Ká̕fa Ka Así̕m Tra Atrḁ́̕ntr Trḁ-Yíṅklis̆ Re̲ Así̕m Trḁ-Témne̲ Atra-bē̇kane-e by Christian Frederick Schlenker

accurse, v.a. see curse; — to be accursed, a-ranka na wop w., sap a-ranka: an a.'d person, w. sap a-ranka. accusation, n. a-gbantir, pi. e-; a false a., a-gbantir 'a ra- yem ; by ...

Google previewUniversal Pronouncing Dictionary of Biography and Mythology (1870)

Accurse, S'kuRss',] (Buo- ...

Google previewThe Universal Dictionary of Biography and Mythology (2010)

A-clu by Joseph Thomas

Accurse, f'kuRss',] (Buo- ...

Google previewA universal biographical dictionary containing the lives of the most celebratd characters of every age and nation (1820)

... to which is added, a dictionary of the principal divinities and heroes of Grecian and Roman mythology, and a biographical dictionary of eminent living characters by Charles N. Baldwin

ACCURSE, Francis, a native of Florence, ...

Google previewThe illustrated national pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1868)

exactly; Accurse, (ak kurs') v. t. to doom to misery ; to curse. [crable. Accursed, (ak-kurs'ed) a. cursed ; exe- Accusant, (ak-ku'zant) n. an accuser. Accusation, (ak-ku-za'shun) n. act of accusing ; charge of a crime.

Google previewWalker's Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1830)

Abridged for the Use of Schools, Containing ... Principles of English Pronunciation with the Proper Names that Occur in the Sacred Scriptures; to which is ... Added a Selection of Geographical Proper Names and Derivatives by John Walker

Accurse, uk-kArse . v. a. to doom to misery. Acrid, ak'-krfd. a. of a hot, biting taste.

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Video shows what accurse means. To devote to destruction; to imprecate misery or evil upon; to curse; to execrate; to anathematize.. accurse pronunciation.

Scrabble value of A1C3C3U1R1S1E1

The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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