Cursed to Cushat
(Curs"ed) a. Deserving a curse; execrable; hateful; detestable; abominable.
Let us fly this cursed place.
This cursed quarrel be no more renewed.
(Curs"ed*ly), adv. In a cursed manner; miserably; in a manner to be detested; enormously. [Low]
1. The state of being under a curse or of being doomed to execration or to evil.
2. Wickedness; sin; cursing. Chaucer.
3. Shrewishness. "My wife's cursedness." Chaucer.
(Curs"er) n. One who curses.
(Cur"ship) n. [Cur +-ship.] The state of being a cur; one who is currish. [Jocose]
How durst he, I say, oppose thy curship!
(Cur"si*ta`ting) a. [See Cursitor.] Moving about slightly. [R.] H. Bushnell.
(Cur"si*tor) n. [LL. cursitor, equiv. to L. cursor, fr. cursare to run hither and thither, fr. currere
to run. See Current, and cf. Cursor.]
1. A courier or runner. [Obs.] "Cursitors to and fro." Holland.
2. (Eng.Law) An officer in the Court of Chancery, whose business is to make out original writs.
Cursive hand,a running handwriting.
(Cur"sive) a. [LL. cursivus: cf. F. cursif See Cursitor.] Running; flowing.
1. A character used in cursive writing.
2. A manuscript, especially of the New Testament, written in small, connected characters or in a running
hand; opposed to uncial. Shipley.
(Cur"sor) n. [L., a runner. See Cursitor.] Any part of a mathematical instrument that moves or
slides backward and forward upon another part.
(Cur"so*ra*ry) a. Cursory; hasty. [Obs.]
With a cursorary eye o'erglanced the articles.
(||Cur*so"res) n. pl. [L. cursor, pl. cursores, a runner.] (Zoöl.) (a) An order of running
birds including the ostrich, emu, and allies; the Ratitaæ. (b) A group of running spiders; the wolf spiders.
(Cur*so"ri*al) a. (Zoöl.) (a) Adapted to running or walking, and not to prehension; as, the
limbs of the horse are cursorial. See Illust. of Aves. (b) Of or pertaining to the Cursores.
(Cur"so*ri*ly) adv. In a running or hasty manner; carelessly.