Definition of accurst in English:

accurst

adjective

  • archaic spelling of accursed
    • ‘My deerest Lord, blest to be most accurst, Rich onely to be wretched; thy great Fortunes Are made thy cheefe Afflictions.’
    • ‘It is a God who embodied justice, who had the ‘will to bless those by circumstance accurst’ - in other words, the kind of God dad could believe in, a social God, who helps the downtrodden.’
    • ‘Who deserts his father's race, seeks the black blood to debase, which thro' his own veins doth chase, he be accurst!’

Pronunciation:

accurst

/əkəːst/