execration

[ ek-si-krey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF execration
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In his own dominions the voice of execration has been raised against him.

Thy memory will be an execration to the third and fourth generation.

Some hereditary instinct admitted that as a just excuse for execration.

There were words of reproach, encouragement, unbelief, execration.

Tonet did not quaver at the stare of execration his brother gave him.

Everyone was curious to see them, and howls of execration greeted them as they passed.

His name is now rarely mentioned, except with contempt or execration.

It was a raucous howl of execration, a bellow of rage, inarticulate, deafening.

A perfect yell of scorn and execration followed this announcement.

Whatever he had intended to say was drowned by another howl of execration.

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