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Curse

Pronunciation of Curse
/kˈɜːs/, /kˈɜːs/, /k_ˈɜː_s/

Antonyms for curse:

benefit, blessing, windfall, fortune.

Synonyms for curse:

Sense 1

sixth sense, paranormal, telekinesis, white magic, witchcraft, abracadabra, oracular, prophecy, cuss word, telepathic, the supernatural, sleight of hand, wish, alchemy, telekinetic, halloween, spell, excruciate, psychic, telepathy, mojo, second sight, black magic, bad language, presto, the occult, supernatural, the f-word, the black arts, Tarot, juju, the paranormal, filth, darn, magician, magical, Malison, enchantment, extrasensory perception, voodoo, insult, sorcery, ESP, enchanted, hoodoo, psychokinesis, magic.

Sense 2

afflict, charm, name, obscenity, enchant, bewitch, change into, prophesy, wizardry.

Sense 3

conjure up, agonize, smite, epithet, fulminate, turn into, rack.

Sense 4

wish for.

Sense 5

invoke, call up.

Sense 7

strike.

ban

commination.

denunciation

fulmination.

hate

execrate.

hex

hex, evil eye.

horror

bugbear.

jinx

hoodoo.

profanation

sacrilege.

slang

vulgarism.

Other synonyms and related words:

badgering, insult, evil eye, horror, hex, spell, annoyance, disapprobation, chap, torture, imprecation, commination, abhorrence, avow, invoke, expletive, wickedness, maledict, persecute, enchant, flagellum, curse word, trust, hoodoo, assert, malign, comminate, bedamn, nemesis, rack, loathing, alchemy, charm, obscenity, abomination, Malison, agonize, fulminate, bugbear, presto, profanity, villainy, excruciate, blasphemy, gent, fellow, execrate, aversion, nuisance, wizardry, offense, epithet, anathematise, afflict, voodoo, whammy, disgust, wish, execration, smite, cussword, pest, fulmination, ESP, gadfly, harassment, pesterer, filth, GOSH, vulgarism, bedevilment, besiege, verify, jonah, bad language, depose, telekinesis, hatred, magician, witchcraft, swearword, affirm, oracular, bank, depone, rely, abracadabra, prophesy, imprecate, feller, reprobation, strike, affidavit, juju, condemnation, lad, iniquity, anathema, worrying, sacrilege, aver, halloween, four-letter word, bewitch, darn, fella, magical, anathemise, swan, conviction, crime, anathematize, cursing, bloke, sentence, threat, terror, adjuration, enchanted, anguish, anathemize, excommunicate, blighter, dirty word, bless, detestation, mojo, beshrew, odium, enchantment.

Sense 1 (noun)

abracadabra, black magic, enchantment, extrasensory perception, enchanted, alchemy, the black arts, halloween, ESP.

Sense 2 (noun)

bad language, blasphemy.

Sense 3 (noun)

anathema, imprecation, Malison.

Sense 4 (noun)

hoodoo.

Sense 6 (noun)

epithet.

adversity (noun)

affliction, hard times, bad luck, casualty, ordeal, dolor, hardship, burden, misadventure, hard luck, infliction, rainy day, contretemps, trouble, catastrophe, tragedy, adversity, woe, mishap, bane, agony, grief, torment, disaster, destitution, poorness, poverty, peril, calamity, tribulation, trial, misfortune, difficulty, misery, blight, distress.

anathema (noun)

malediction.

bane (noun)

contagion, evil, ill, plague, scourge, poison, doom, cancer.

communication (noun)

curse word, execration, expletive, oath, swearword, swearing, cuss, condemnation.

curse (noun)

torment, imprecate, swearing, whammy, maledict, beshrew, oath, expletive, nemesis, bane, anathemize, blaspheme, swear, execration, bedamn, curse word, scourge, hex, swearword, excommunicate, jinx, condemnation, cuss.

cuss (noun)

cussword.

event (noun)

torment.

expletive (noun)

cuss word.

fulmination (noun)

fulmination.

hateful, swearing remark (noun)

commination, malediction, dirty word, bane, four-letter word, fulmination, denunciation, swearing, cursing, obscenity, execration, anathema, blasphemy, vilification, sacrilege, cuss word, oath, expletive, profanity, imprecation, Malison, whammy.

hating (noun)

execration.

imprecation (noun)

imprecation.

malediction (noun)

damnation, disparagement, vituperation, malediction, abuse, vilification, swearing, invective, denunciation, oath.

misfortune wished upon someone (noun)

trouble, calamity, affliction, cancer, jinx, torment, evil, voodoo, plague, scourge, ordeal, tribulation, evil eye, disaster, burden, pestilence.

obscenity (noun)

swearword, obscenity.

pest (noun)

pesterer.

swearword (noun)

cuss.

whammy (noun)

whammy.

accuse (verb)

malign.

cuss (verb)

swear, nag, scold, blaspheme, cuss.

imagine (verb)

GOSH.

jinx (verb)

cast a spell, jinx.

swear (verb)

imprecate, cuss, execrate, bedamn, blaspheme.

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