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execrable (adj.)

"abominable, deserving of curses," late 14c., from Old French execrable and directly from Latin execrabilis/exsecrabilis "execrable, accursed," from execrari/exsecrari "to curse; to hate" (see execrate). Related: Execrably.

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Definitions of execrable from WordNet

execrable (adj.)
of very poor quality or condition;
execrable (adj.)
unequivocally detestable; "consequences odious to those you govern"- Edmund Burke;
execrable crimes
execrable (adj.)
deserving a curse;
Synonyms: damnable
From wordnet.princeton.edu