Origin of execrable
OTHER WORDS FROM execrableex·e·cra·ble·ness, nounex·e·cra·bly, adverb
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How to use execrable in a sentence
Those execrable three words are murmured by sorrowful elected officials in times of tragedy, but rarely burdened with any actual plans or action.The ‘Commander in Grief’ steps up to the microphone|Monica Hesse|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
Added to the mix are a supporting cast of conjured “demons” including mid-20th writers and chat show regulars James Baldwin, Truman Capote, and the execrable Ayn Rand.Virtual theater continues with hopes for return to live audiences in fall|Patrick Folliard|March 10, 2021|Washington Blade
Anything, for example, to take our minds off the execrable “dining experience.”Your iPod (Most Likely) Won’t Bring Down the Plane|Clive Irving|October 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So I'm not criticizing her, and I'm certainly not defending DW Griffith's execrable opinions.
If Kennedy displayed execrable judgment during the war, he did nothing to redeem it after the conflict had ended.“The Patriarch”: Joseph Kennedy Sr.’s Outsized Life|Jacob Heilbrunn|November 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The road was execrable; full of holes, pits, and puddles, in which our poor beasts often sank above their knees.
I wouldnt dwess in such execrable taste for any sum you could mentionno, sir!The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
He urged upon the Assembly the adoption of immediate and energetic measures to arrest these execrable deeds of lawless violence.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
As I said before, the provisions were execrable; the remnants of the first cabin were sent to us poor wretches.
I cannot contemplate such loveliness and associate it with the execrable sin which calls down vengeance upon this house.The Circular Study|Anna Katharine Green