KJV Dictionary Definition: accurse


ACCURSE, v.t. accurs', Ac for ad and curse. To devote to destruction; to imprecate misery or evil upon. This verb is rarely used. See Curse.


ACCURS'ED, pp. or a.

1. Doomed to destruction or misery:

The city shall be accursed. John 6.

2. Separated from the faithful; cast out of the church; excommunicated.

I could wish myself accursed from Christ.

3. Worthy of the curse; detestable; execrable.

Keep from the accursed thing. Josh. 6.


4. Wicked; malignant in the extreme.