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Definition of "execratory" [ex•e•cra•to•ry]

  • Tending to execrate or cause execration. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "execratory" in a sentence
  • "We had a fellow, on the one hand, with a temperament given to bullying execratory outbursts, who had demonstrated neither an interest in nor knowledge of our Constitution, whose knowledge of international relations was sparse, who acknowledged weaknesses in economic subtlety, someone who either could not remember the fine distinctions between the truth and what was not, or had little desire for truthful constancy, and whose lifetime academic record was abysmal."
  • "The court simply did not buy the FCC's argument that some words are necessarily sexual, execratory, and indecent."
  • "The tenor exhausted his execratory vocabulary in French and English."
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