curse at (someone or something)

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curse at (someone or something)

To use profane language when speaking to someone or something. I cursed at the driver that nearly backed into my car. My dad cursed at the TV when his favorite team allowed a goal in overtime.
See also: curse

curse at someone or something

to swear at someone or something; to use foul language at someone or something. He cursed at the jammed toaster and pounded his fist on the counter in anger. Please don't curse at me.
See also: curse
References in classic literature ?
At the same moment the convict screamed out a curse at us and hurled a rock which splintered up against the boulder which had sheltered us.
Among the so-called media-driven gaffs was the President's infamous curse at US President Barack Obama for the latter's comments on the country's human rights situation.
Sometimes, they even curse at us, but we are spending our Eid holiday driving them around so they can spend the holidays with their families.
They spit on us, they curse at us, they threaten us, they take swings at us," Pitts said.