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How to Pronounce curse?

Correct pronunciation for the word "curse" is [kˈɜːs], [kˈɜːs], [k_ˈɜː_s].

"Curse" in context

A curse is a powerful, supernatural force often done as a form of punishment or retribution. The effects of a curse can be felt across generations and may be impossible to lift without help from powerful procedures, magical spells, and rituals. True curses are believed to bring bad luck, misfortune, and illness upon those affected. In some cases, curses can bring death.

Curses have been around since ancient times, with connections to religion and superstition. Belief in curses have been so powerful through the centuries, that it has caused war and violence between nations.

What are similar-sounding words for curse?

Usage over time for curse:

This graph shows how "curse" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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