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Definition of "execrating" [execrating]

  • Present participle of execrate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "execrating" in a sentence
  • "In execrating George W. Bush, left-wingers discovered virtues in the Gipper that had escaped them during his life."
  • "Mr. Tillinghast argues that the common vision of the Celtic undermajority -- Catholicism - saturated, English-execrating and ethnically distinct -- is merely an early 20th-century concoction by politicians who cynically tried to forge a new political entity immediately after independence from Britain."
  • "Hampstead – heath, and execrating my father – in – law."
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