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Definition of "execrates" [execrates]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of execrate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "execrates" in a sentence
  • "Including the upper superior mines, which it execrates."
  • "As Mary Wollstonecraft, a regular reviewer of Smith's work, wrote in The Analytical Review when considering Marchmont (1796), 'her manner, indeed, of alluding to her domestic sorrows much excite sympathy and excuse the acrimony with which she execrates, and hold up to contempt, the man to whom she attributes them'."
  • "A vile bit of bone (O how she execrates it!) which lurked in a fricasee, did the irreparable mischief: and the good old soul is teaching her upper-lip, when she speaks, to resign all motion to the under one, that it may as little as possible make the defect visible."
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