Definition of blasted in English:

blasted

Line breaks: blast¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈblɑːstɪd
 
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adjective

1 [attributive] informal Used to express annoyance: make your own blasted coffee!
More example sentences
  • He won't be able to fight with it, let alone carry the blasted thing up a mountain!
  • Some brat even threw a rotten apple core at me and sped away in his blasted tricycle contraption before I could catch him.
  • Later that morning I brought the blasted computer into one of the two public lounges, settled into a plush chair and tried to concentrate.
Synonyms
damned, damn, blessed, flaming, precious, confounded, pestilential, rotten, wretched
British informal flipping, blinking, blooming, blimming, bloody, bleeding, effing, chuffing
North American informal goddam
Australian/New Zealand informal plurry
British informal , dated bally, ruddy, deuced
vulgar slang fucking, frigging
British vulgar slang sodding
Irish vulgar slang fecking
dated cursed, accursed, damnable
2 [attributive] literary Withered or blighted; laid waste: a blasted heath an area of blasted trees
More example sentences
  • Driven mad, he wanders the blasted heath as his rivals watch the clan destroy itself.
  • Films and photographs of the time show ‘pitiful streams of helpless civilians trekking through a blasted landscape of broken cities and barren fields’.
  • It does look like a nuclear bomb has hit - kilometres of blasted earth, with just a few shells of houses and the odd palm tree left standing amongst the wasteland.
3 [predicative] informal Drunk: I got really blasted

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