Definition of Cursers

1. Noun. (plural of curser) ¹



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Definition of Cursers

1. curser [n] - See also: curser

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cursers

curse
curse it
curse of Scotland
curse word
curse words
cursed
cursed crowfoot
cursed with(p)
curseder
cursedest
cursedly
cursedness
cursednesses
curseful
curser
cursers (current term)
curses
cursest
curseth
curseworthy
curship
cursi
cursin'
cursing
cursingly
cursings
cursitating
cursitor
cursitors
cursive

Literary usage of Cursers

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1. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1885)
"145]—Wreckers were called Moon cursers. In September, 1770, Capt. Biddle, of Philadelphia, while on a voyage from Port-au-Prince, saw a wreck on Watling's ..."

2. Europe's Morning After by Kenneth Lewis Roberts (1921)
"Some of the cursers shriek and tear their hair because they claim that the ... Other cursers gnash their teeth because they hold that the Housing Department ..."

3. On a Fresh Revision of the English Old Testament by Samuel Davidson (1873)
"Instead of this we should have, " May the day-cursers execrate it, ... The day-cursers were supposed to make days unlucky by their enchantments. ..."

4. Culross and Tulliallan: Or, Perthshire on Forth by David Beveridge, John James Dalgleish (1885)
"... cursers and swearers; and that in satisfaction of his former insolences, ryots, and disorders within this burgh." " 1 February 1664. ..."

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