From curse + -worthy.
curseworthy (comparative curseworthier or more curseworthy, superlative curseworthiest or most curseworthy)
- Worthy of a curse or of being cursed; abominable; detestable.
- 1892, Charles Fletcher Lummis, A tramp across the continent:
- They curse everything an inch high ; they ransack the archives of history, and send forward a search-warrant into the dim halls of futurity, to make sure that nothing curseworthy escapes.
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