execrate[ ek-si-kreyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF execrate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXECRATE
We but smile at the one, we would learn to execrate the other.
I execrate the enslavement of the mind of our young children by the ecclesiastics.
And yet, have I a right to execrate the thrall of the beaker?
You are not the only one who will execrate the destiny that brought us here.
He longed to execrate aloud, to bring his fist down on something violently.
But the day will, come when they will execrate Pierce before Benedict Arnold, sir.
The mob gathered to execrate the "hair-buyer general" and escort him to jail.
They pity him, they pray for him; me they would only loathe and execrate.
I pity the man, I execrate and hate the man who has only to boast that he is white.
With every drop of my blood I hate and execrate every form of tyranny, every form of slavery.