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adj. Informal
1. Perverse; stubborn.
2. Cursed.

cuss′ed·ly adv.
cuss′ed·ness n.
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Adv.1.cussedly - in a stubborn unregenerate manner; "she remained stubbornly in the same position"
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"I wish it didn't look so cussedly like a robber's cave," said George Kearney, when they were taking a quiet preliminary survey of the unclassified treasures, before the Carrs took possession.
Why Everton have proved such cussedly awkward opponents down the years is anybody's guess.
She was none of those things, because what she really was a principled, fierce woman who unflinchingly and cussedly dedicated her entire life to defending the rights of women.