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  • verb Present participle of accurse.

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Examples

  • So that a renunciation of all these, with open detestation of them, as was the manner of apostates, accursing the name of Christ, was a sin of so deep an abomination, attended with so many aggravations, as might well have annexed to it this remarkable commination, though the apostates never had themselves any true effectual interest in the blood of Jesus.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • Such howling, such crying, such accursing the day.

    A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 6

  • His last passion, the betrayal, the false judgment, the impious mockery, the scourge, the cross, the self-accursing cry of God's apostate people, were all foretasted; and surely the forsaking of His

    Sermons. [Vol. I.]

  • We had them brought face to face, and they affirmed before them all which they had stated in their depositions, the prisoners not denying it, but admitting that they had acted in a wicked manner, and should be punished, unless mercy might be exercised towards them; accursing, above all, Jean du

    Voyages of Samuel De Champlain — Volume 02

  • In any case, Lorna Raver's performance as the accursing crone Mrs. Ganush shows instances of Lugosian anguish.

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  • In any case, Lorna Raver's performance as the accursing crone Mrs. Ganush shows instances of Lugosian anguish.

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  • In any case, Lorna Raver's performance as the accursing crone Mrs. Ganush shows instances of Lugosian anguish.

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