execrable


ex·e·cra·ble

adjective \ˈek-si-krə-bəl\

: very bad

Full Definition of EXECRABLE

1
:  deserving to be execrated :  detestable <execrable crimes>
2
:  very bad :  wretched <execrable hotel food>
ex·e·cra·ble·ness noun
ex·e·cra·bly \-blē\ adverb

Examples of EXECRABLE

  1. Living conditions in the slums were execrable.
  2. <her execrable singing finally brought a complaint from the neighbors>

First Known Use of EXECRABLE

14th century

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