Related formscurst·ly, adverbcurst·ness, noun
Definition for curst (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), cursed or curst, curs·ing.
verb (used without object), cursed or curst, curs·ing.
Origin of curse
SYNONYMS FOR curse
Related formscurs·er, nounout·curse, verb (used with object), out·cursed, out·curs·ing.un·curs·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for curst
He curst his son, and he curst himself that ever he should beget a son that should eat burned pig.
After all my boasted independence, curst necessity compels me to implore you for five pounds.The Letters of Robert Burns|Robert Burns
Ay, take it; quickly take it—Perhaps I am not so curst, but heav'n may have sent thee at this moment to snatch me from perdition.The Gamester (1753)|Edward Moore
My dear curst creatures, there was once a wife whose name was Catherine Fyste, and she was crafty in court, and well could carve.Flowers from a Persian Garden and Other Papers|W. A. Clouston
Shall my foolish heart be burst, 'Cause I see a woman's curst?The Book of Humorous Verse|Various