curse (Meaning)

Wordnet

curse (n)

profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger

an appeal to some supernatural power to inflict evil on someone or some group

an evil spell

something causing misery or death

a severe affliction

Wordnet

curse (v)

utter obscenities or profanities

heap obscenities upon

wish harm upon; invoke evil upon

exclude from a church or a religious community

curse Sentence Examples

  1. He muttered a curse under his breath when he realized he'd forgotten his wallet.
  2. The witch placed a curse on the village, bringing about years of misfortune.
  3. She believed that her family was under a curse due to a series of tragic events.
  4. He accidentally stepped on a crack and jokingly cursed himself for it.
  5. The curse of poverty seemed to haunt the struggling family for generations.
  6. Despite their best efforts, they couldn't seem to break the curse of bad luck.
  7. She let out a string of curses when she stubbed her toe on the door frame.
  8. The curse of addiction had a tight grip on his life, making recovery seem impossible.
  9. The curse of jealousy poisoned their friendship, leading to resentment and bitterness.
  10. The curse of insomnia kept him awake night after night, unable to find rest.

FAQs About the word curse

profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger, an appeal to some supernatural power to inflict evil on someone or some group, an evil spell, someth

malediction,condemnation, imprecation, censure, spell, ban, excommunication, execration, malison,anathema

benediction,blessing, blessing, benediction, endorsement, endorsement, citation, benison, benison, indorsement

He muttered a curse under his breath when he realized he'd forgotten his wallet.

The witch placed a curse on the village, bringing about years of misfortune.

She believed that her family was under a curse due to a series of tragic events.

He accidentally stepped on a crack and jokingly cursed himself for it.