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Accursed

p. p. & a.

1) Alt. of Accurst

Examples Sentences for

Accursed

1) “This force has always been an Accursed Power among witches in general and women in particular.
2) Everything is related in them which bears reference to my Accursed origin; the whole detail of that series of disgusting circumstances which produced it is set in view; the minutest description 154 Frankenstein of my odious and loathsome person is given, in language which painted your own horrors and rendered mine indelible.
3) Chauvelin and his thirty men had all heard with their own ears that Accursed voice singing God save the King,sfully twenty minutes AFTER they had all taken cover around the hut; by that time the four fugitives must have reached the creek, and got into the boat, and the nearest creek was more than a mile from the hut.
4) A covered cart…’ ‘There were a dozen…’ ‘An old hag who said her son had the plague?’ ‘Yes…’ ‘You have not let them go?’ ‘MORBLEU!ssaid Bibot, whose purple cheeks had suddenly become white with fear. ‘The cart contained the CI-DEVANT Comtesse de Tourney and her two children, all of them traitors and condemned to death.sAnd their driver?smuttered Bibot, as a superstitious shudder ran down his spine. ‘SACRE TONNERRE,ssaid the captain, but it is feared that it was that Accursed Englishman himself—the Scarlet Pimpernel.’ 12 The Scarlet Pimpernel CHAPTER II DOVER: THE FISHERMAN’S REST” I n the kitchen Sally was extremely busy—saucepans and frying-pans were standing in rows on the gigantic hearth, the huge stock-pot stood in a corner, and the jack turned with slow deliberation, and presented alternately to the glow every side of a noble sirloin of beef.
5) We’ve all heard of this meddlesome Englishman, this Accursed Scarlet Pimpernel.
6) Chauvelin and his thirty men had all heard with their own ears that Accursed voice singing God save the King,sfully twenty minutes AFTER they had all taken cover around the hut; by that time the four fugitives must have reached the creek, and got into the boat, and the nearest creek was more than a mile from the hut.
7) I saw them there.’ ‘They were already known to my spies as members of that Accursed league.
8) Martin road, to a place he wanted to reach to-night.’ ‘What did you say?’ ‘I did not say anything,ssaid the Jew in an injured tone, ‘Reuben Goldstein, that Accursed traitor, that son of Belial…’ ‘Cut that short, man,sinterrupted Chauvelin, roughly, ‘and go on with your story.’
9) “This force has always been an Accursed Power among witches in general and women in particular.
10) We’ve all heard of this meddlesome Englishman, this Accursed Scarlet Pimpernel.
11) We could have fancied ourselves the first of men taking possession of an Accursed inheritance, to be subdued at the cost of profound anguish and of excessive toil
12) I saw them there.’ ‘They were already known to my spies as members of that Accursed league.
13) An Accursed power, Wicca had called it.
14) If he whom you mourn still lived, still would he be the object, again would he become the prey, of your Accursed vengeance.
15) Martin road, to a place he wanted to reach to-night.’ ‘What did you say?’ ‘I did not say anything,ssaid the Jew in an injured tone, ‘Reuben Goldstein, that Accursed traitor, that son of Belial…’ ‘Cut that short, man,sinterrupted Chauvelin, roughly, ‘and go on with your story.’
16) Everything is related in them which bears reference to my Accursed origin; the whole detail of that series of disgusting circumstances which produced it is set in view; the minutest description 154 Frankenstein of my odious and loathsome person is given, in language which painted your own horrors and rendered mine indelible.
17) An Accursed power, Wicca had called it.
18) If he whom you mourn still lived, still would he be the object, again would he become the prey, of your Accursed vengeance.
19) A covered cart…’ ‘There were a dozen…’ ‘An old hag who said her son had the plague?’ ‘Yes…’ ‘You have not let them go?’ ‘MORBLEU!ssaid Bibot, whose purple cheeks had suddenly become white with fear. ‘The cart contained the CI-DEVANT Comtesse de Tourney and her two children, all of them traitors and condemned to death.sAnd their driver?smuttered Bibot, as a superstitious shudder ran down his spine. ‘SACRE TONNERRE,ssaid the captain, but it is feared that it was that Accursed Englishman himself—the Scarlet Pimpernel.’ 12 The Scarlet Pimpernel CHAPTER II DOVER: THE FISHERMAN’S REST” I n the kitchen Sally was extremely busy—saucepans and frying-pans were standing in rows on the gigantic hearth, the huge stock-pot stood in a corner, and the jack turned with slow deliberation, and presented alternately to the glow every side of a noble sirloin of beef.