un-blasted

blasted

[blas-tid, blah-stid]
adjective
1.
withered; shriveled; blighted; ruined.
2.
damned; confounded: This blasted pen leaked all over my shirt.

Origin:
1545–55; blast (v.) + -ed2

unblasted, adjective
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blasted (ˈblɑːstɪd)
 
adj
1.  blighted or withered
 
adj, —adv
2.  slang (intensifier): a blasted idiot

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blasted
"stricken by malignant forces (natural or supernatural), cursed, blighted," 1550s, from blast (q.v.), with the notion of "balefully breathed upon." In the sense of "cursed, damned" it is attested from 1680s. Meaning "drunk or stoned" dates from 1972.
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