Anything, for example, to take our minds off the execrable “dining experience.”
So I'm not criticizing her, and I'm certainly not defending DW Griffith's execrable opinions.
And yet he could not make up his mind that Martial was guilty of the execrable act.
"Just time if we put on some speed; but the roads are execrable," he vouchsafed.
A moment her voice swam stemming the execrable concert, but it was overwhelmed.
United with these execrable traits of character, there were others, to which we have already alluded, which were alluring.
They had determined to exterminate them in an execrable horrible way—by poison!
And he's likely to talk the most execrable slang, or to quote Browning.
The food was execrable, meats and poultry tainted and almost uneatable.
Not a word of it seemed to be true, and the style in which it was written was execrable.