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They were of no more account than the rest of the excited populace that knew Davis but to execrate him.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
And even to-day those who execrate him seem to carry in their own souls particles of his thought.
MAUPASSANT ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES (180), COMPLETEGUY DE MAUPASSANT
I execrate the enslavement of the mind of our young children by the ecclesiastics.
THE NECESSITY OF ATHEISMDR. D.M. BROOKS
Husbands driving wives to taste their power execrate the creature for her fall deep downward.
LORD ORMONT AND HIS AMINTA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
I am a bankrupt both in fortune and in heart, and can only pray you will hasten to forget—that you may forbear to execrate me!'
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
But again I must execrate the abandoned villain—yet, as I said before, all words are poor, and beneath the occasion.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 6 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
The hair that is commonly cut off by those who justly execrate the absurd Chinese custom of shaving the head.
THE DEVIL'S DICTIONARYAMBROSE BIERCE
All nations execrate the power of Rome, and yet that power preserves them from still greater evils.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
I deny it and I despise, abhor and execrate the doctrine of State Sovereignty.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT G. INGERSOLL, VOL. 9 (OF 12)ROBERT G. INGERSOLL
He knew that many would justly execrate his name until the end.
PECCAVIE. W. HORNUNG

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