[ UK /ɛɡzɪkɹˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. hate coupled with disgust
  2. an appeal to some supernatural power to inflict evil on someone or some group
  3. the object of cursing or detestation; that which is execrated
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How To Use execration In A Sentence

  • I became delirious, and quitting that staircase, which methought it was impossible for me to reascend, I sprung forth into the void with an execration. The Paris Sketch Book
  • Some shook with superstitious dread; others, driven to atheistical despair, with horrible execrations, again strove to force a passage through the doors. The Scottish Chiefs
  • An exhausted jumble of execrations directed at himself, the hellish place, and everything within it ran through his mind.
  • Evidia: evidentia (Latin), traces. excipieren: excipere (Latin), to except. excrationen: execrations. exequiert: exekutiert, executed. exparient: expedient or experiment (?), expedient: the French version has expédient. experient: see exparient. extendieren: dilate: nicht fast extendieren. Christoph von Graffenried's Account of the Founding of New Bern. Edited with an Historical Introduction and an English Translation by Vincent H. Todd, Ph.D. University of Illinois in Cooperation with Julius Goebel, Ph.D., Professor of Germanic Languag
  • I was about to yell right back with my own execration when I remembered the light in front of me read ‘NO WALKING’ in bright, glowing, orange letters.
  • Almost irrespective of what she does with them, the advantages that have been won from the green-field territories of 200 years ago make America an object of envy but also execration.
  • He tried, and failed, to kill himself; and his progress to the nubbing cheat was a triumph of execration. A Book of Scoundrels
  • It received a near universal execration in every newspaper.
  • The unhappy wretch, exhausted, sunk back beside his hideous companion, and the usual jargon of the game, interlarded with execrations, went on as before. The Surgeon's Daughter
  • Thus religious and political extremism are laid symbolically side by side for our execration.
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