execration definition

  • noun:
    • The work of cursing.
    • A curse.
    • a thing that is cursed or loathed.
    • An act or example of cursing; a curse determined by violent emotions of hatred; an imprecation; an expression of complete detestation.
    • what is execrated; a detested thing.
    • The act of cursing; a curse determined by violent feelings of hatred; imprecation; total detestation expressed.
    • whatever is execrated; a detested thing.
    • The work of cursing; imprecation of wicked; malediction; total detestation indicated.
    • the thing execrated; a thing held in abomination.
    • Synonyms Curse, Imprecation, etc. See malediction.
    • hate in conjunction with disgust
    • an appeal to some supernatural capacity to inflict evil on somebody or some group
    • the item of cursing or detestation; that which is execrated
    • The work of cursing.
    • A curse.
    • something which is cursed or loathed.
    • An act or example of cursing; a curse determined by violent thoughts of hatred; an imprecation; a manifestation of total detestation.
    • That which is execrated; a detested thing.
    • The act of cursing; a curse dictated by violent thoughts of hatred; imprecation; complete detestation indicated.
    • whatever is execrated; a detested thing.
    • The act of cursing; imprecation of evil; malediction; complete detestation indicated.
    • the thing execrated; anything held in abomination.
    • Synonyms Curse, Imprecation, etc. See malediction.
    • hate along with disgust
    • an appeal to some supernatural power to cause wicked on some one or some group
    • the object of cursing or detestation; whatever is execrated

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