Adjective "deuced" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈdjuːsɪd//djuːst/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Used for emphasis, especially to express disapproval or frustration.
  1. as submodifier 'I'm so deuced fond of you'
  2. 'What the deuced blazes are they playing at in ‘Neighbours’?'
  3. 'The rudeness of its personnel is legendary, yet it seems perversely proud to be the Fawlty Towers of English cricket, where everything would be fine if it wasn't for the deuced public wanting to watch cricket there.'

Definitions

1. devilish; confounded; damned. adverb

2. deucedly.

More examples(as adjective)

"reporters can be deuced."

"businesses can be deuced."