to improve the accuracy of (a firearm).
under a curse; doomed; ill-fated. damnable; detestable. Contemporary Examples You wrote a draft of The accursed in the early 1980s, then abandoned it. The Devil and Woodrow Wilson: An Interview With Joyce Carol Oates Jane Ciabattari March 18, 2013 Her new novel, The accursed, is the fifth in her series of Gothic novels that began […]
under a curse; doomed; ill-fated. damnable; detestable. Historical Examples In second husband, let me be accurst; None wed the second, but who killed the first. A Fascinating Traitor Richard Henry Savage Each in its place is seen to be good and worthy, but when each devours the other both are accurst. The Browning Cyclopdia Edward […]
to charge with the fault, offense, or crime (usually followed by of): He accused him of murder. to find fault with; blame. to make an . Contemporary Examples It went on to accuse the company itself of misleading the committee and acting to cover up the scandal. British Lawmakers: Rupert Murdoch Unfit to Run News […]