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Execrate meaning

execrate - 1 dictionary results

  1. 1. To curse; abhor.

execrate - examples of usage

  1. Whereupon they call upon him to abjure, execrate, and detest these errors and heresies; prohibiting his book and condemning him to confinement, with the penance of reciting once a week, for three years, the seven penitential psalms. - "Orthodoxy: Its Truths And Errors", James Freeman Clarke.
  2. With the ripening of his intellect, he saw only more and more reason to condemn and execrate those social disorders of which his own wretched experience was but an illustration. - "The Nether World", George Gissing.
  3. Read his books, and admit that he accomplished a little that is beautiful and enduring, and that he did it obscurely at a time when they who held most of the fearful attention of the world were but working gravely on what their children would execrate. - "Waiting for Daylight", Henry Major Tomlinson.
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