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  • n  hate coupled with disgust
  • n  an appeal to some supernatural power to inflict evil on someone or some group
  • n  the object of cursing or detestation; that which is execrated

  • At Barbados, the first stop, his rhapsody over scarlet poinsettias brought a hysterically savage execration from an Englishwoman returning to exile in Colombia.
  • One of many Z movies that, after the success of John Carpenter's Halloween, looked for other holidays to build horror movies around, this Xmas execration purloined the plots of The .
  • At the end of the War, when Royal feet were running and the great soldiers were subject to public execration, Hindenburg stood firm.

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