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execrable

ex·e·cra·ble

execrable

 
pronunciation:
ek sih kr bl
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: of very poor quality; extremely inferior.
This is an execrable wine that should never have been served to the guests.
antonyms:
excellent
similar words:
abominable
definition 2: worthy of hatred or disgust; loathsome; detestable.
He should receive the harshest penalty the state can inflict for such an execrable crime.
antonyms:
admirable
similar words:
abominable, atrocious, beastly, despicable, heinous, loathsome, odious, sickening
derivations: execrably (adv.), execrableness (n.)