Definition of Execrating

1. Verb. (present participle of execrate) ¹



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Definition of Execrating

1. execrate [v] - See also: execrate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Execrating

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excyclovergence
excystation
exduction
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exeats
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execrableness
execrablenesses
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execrating (current term)
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Literary usage of Execrating

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1. An Account of the Origin, Progress, and Consequences of the Late Discontents (1810)
"... also deprived their fellow subjects of their civil rights, could no longer hesitate to become unanimous in execrating the injudicious policy from whence ..."

2. Conversations on the Bible by Lady (1824)
"... even execrating the day he first beheld the light—they advised him to confess his secret sins, and thus conciliate an offended God! ..."

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