Cussed (adjective)

  1. Bad-tempered; difficult to deal with; stubborn.
  2. Obstinate, difficult, stubborn, often used in informal or vulgar language.


Late 16th century: past participle of cuss (verb).


  1. He was a cussed old man, always complaining about something.
  2. She had a cussed streak and would never back down.
  3. The cussed engine refused to start, despite all of his efforts.
  4. He was cussed and refused to listen to reason.
  5. The cussed dog refused to come when called.
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