cursed

Sins vs Cursed - What's the difference?

sins | cursed |


As a noun sins

is .

As a verb sins

is (sin).

As an adjective cursed is

.

Cursed vs Swear - What's the difference?

cursed | swear |


As adjectives the difference between cursed and swear

is that cursed is while swear is heavy.

As a verb swear is

to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As a noun swear is

a swearword.

Crossed vs Cursed - What's the difference?

crossed | cursed |


As a verb crossed

is (cross).

As an adjective cursed is

.

Cursed vs Swore - What's the difference?

cursed | swore |


As an adjective cursed

is .

As a verb swore is

(swear).

Cursive vs Cursed - What's the difference?

cursive | cursed |


As adjectives the difference between cursive and cursed

is that cursive is running; flowing while cursed is .

As a noun cursive

is a cursive character, letter or font.

Course vs Cursed - What's the difference?

course | cursed |


As a verb course

is .

As an adjective cursed is

.

Blasted vs Cursed - What's the difference?

blasted | cursed |


As adjectives the difference between blasted and cursed

is that blasted is which has been subjected to an explosion while cursed is .

As a verb blasted

is (blast).

As an adverb blasted

is (euphemistic) damned; extremely.

Cursed vs Forbidden - What's the difference?

cursed | forbidden |


As adjectives the difference between cursed and forbidden

is that cursed is while forbidden is not allowed.

As a verb forbidden is

.

Cursed vs Execrable - What's the difference?

cursed | execrable |


As adjectives the difference between cursed and execrable

is that cursed is while execrable is loathsome, detestable.

Cursed vs Cursed - What's the difference?

cursed | cursed |


In alternative form of|cursed|lang=en terms the difference between cursed and cursed

is that cursed is while cursed is .

As adjectives the difference between cursed and cursed

is that cursed is while cursed is .

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