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See also exécrable
From Latin exsecratus.
- Of the poorest quality.
- 1779, Jefferson, letter to Patrick Henry written on March 27
- 2001 June 1, David Langford; Grant, John, Guts: A Comedy of Manners, Wildside Press, ISBN 9781587154485, page 72:
Usage notes 
- Nouns to which "execrable" is often applied: taste, road, crime, murder, thing.