execrable

[ ek-si-kruh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF execrable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXECRABLE

And he's likely to talk the most execrable slang, or to quote Browning.

Ah, I would willingly have killed that execrable Smith, for he was poisoning my life.

Not a word of it seemed to be true, and the style in which it was written was execrable.

Why should not they admit that little picture, although he himself thought it execrable?

The host of the little inn had not exaggerated—the road was execrable.

But the dinner was execrable, and all the feast was for the eyes.

It is execrable stuff—the milk of sirens mingled with sea-water.

"Just time if we put on some speed; but the roads are execrable," he vouchsafed.

United with these execrable traits of character, there were others, to which we have already alluded, which were alluring.

When the ladies had retired, the Colonel handed James an execrable cigar.

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