Homophones for curses, cursus

curses / cursus [ˈkɜrsəs]

curses – n. pl. & 3rd sing. of curse – 1. a solemn utterance intended to invoke a supernatural power to inflict destruction or punishment on a person or thing; 2. a violent exclamation of anger; a profane oath; v. – utter a curse against

cursus – n. – a movement or flow of style, specifically, a pattern of cadence at the end of a sentence or phrase in medieval Latin prose which aimed by varying rhythm to avoid stressing the ultimate syllable