Definition of Curseder
1. cursed [adj] - See also: cursed
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Literary usage of Curseder
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb by Maurice Henry Hewlett, Laurence Binyon, Edward James Hewlett, William Randolph Hearst, Jonathan Swift, Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb, Edward Verrall Lucas, Frederick Madison Smith, Mariano Tomás (1905)
"... —the howl I mean—a curseder burden succeeds, of shouts and clapping and knocking of the table. At length over tasked nature drops under ..."
2. The Life of Charles Lamb by Edward Verrall Lucas (1907)
"... curseder burden succeeds of shouts and clapping and knocking of the table. At length over-tasked nature drops under it and escapes for a few hours into ..."
3. Edward III by William Parsons Warburton (1875)
"... page 253), these prolonged visits were not regarded with much favour in England :— The Country is the curseder, that Cardinals Come in. ..."
4. Edward III by William Parsons Warburton (1902)
"... page 266), these prolonged visits were not regarded with much favour in England :— ' The Country is the curseder, that Cardinals Come in, And where they ..."