verb[with object] archaic
Put a curse on; curse: we accurse them by the authority of the court of Rome
Middle English: from a- (expressing intensity) + curse.
More example sentences
- The Lord strips her of this robe of honour, accursing her with this penalty.
- He forever excommunicates and accurses every one who should dare violate that great charter of Anglo-Saxon freedom!
- The powerful Russian Church accursed him as the Anti-Christ, and the whole nation, led by the nobility and the church, believed it.