Synonyms of curse in English:

curse


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noun

1‘she'd put a curse on him’

SYNONYMS
malediction, the evil eye, imprecation, execration, voodoo, hoodoo
anathema, excommunication
North American hex
Irish cess
informal jinx
archaic malison, ban

2‘those who seek to overcome the curse of racism’

SYNONYMS
evil, blight, scourge, plague, cancer, canker, poison

3‘the curse of unemployment’

SYNONYMS
affliction, burden, cross to bear, bane, bitter pill, misfortune, misery, ordeal, trial, tribulation, torment, trouble, problem
ANTONYMS

blessing, advantage

4‘I heard the sound of breaking glass and muffled curses’

SYNONYMS
swear word, expletive, oath, profanity, four-letter word, dirty word, obscenity, imprecation, blasphemy, vulgarism, vulgarity
swearing, bad language, foul language, strong language
informal cuss, cuss word

verb

1‘it seemed as if the family had been cursed’

SYNONYMS
put a curse on, put the evil eye on, execrate, imprecate, hoodoo
anathematize, excommunicate, damn
North American hex
informal put a jinx on, jinx
rare accurse

2‘Miss Lewis was cursed with self-consciousness and feelings of inadequacy’

SYNONYMS
be afflicted with, be troubled by, be plagued with, suffer from, be burdened with, be blighted with, be bedevilled by
ANTONYMS

be blessed with

3‘drivers were cursing and sounding their horns’

SYNONYMS
swear, utter profanities, utter oaths, use bad language, use foul language, be foul-mouthed, blaspheme, be blasphemous, take the Lord's name in vain, swear like a trooper, damn
informal cuss, turn the air blue, eff and blind
archaic execrate