Accu'rsed. part. adj.
- That which is cursed or doomed to misery.
'Tis is the most certain sign the world's accurst,
That the best things corrupted are and worst. Denh. Poems.
- That which deserves the curse; execrable; hateful; detestable; and, by consequence, wicked; malignant.
Some holy angel
Fly to the court of England, and unfold
His message ere he come; that a swift blessing
May soon return to this our suffering country,
Under a hand accurs'd! Shakespeare's Macbeth.
The chief parts of the misery of wicked men, and those accursed spirits, the devils, is this, that they are of a disposition contrary to God. Tillotson, Sermon iv.
They, like the seed from which they sprung, accurst,
Against the gods immortal hatred nurst. Dryden's Ovid.