Use Execrable in a sentence
Meaning: (adjective) very bad, terrible;
My French is close to execrable ; even the birds chirp with a better accent than I do.
Impressed by the music, he nevertheless found the performance itself “execrable“.
The media report mostly sensational and execrable crimes.
I’m simply saying that they send really execrable hate mail.
The music was mostly execrable or distracting.
Six hours straight of sitting at a table without doing anything is execrable.
Never had she thought that he would be willing to commit such an execrable sin.
My experience being an international student was execrable. I learnt almost nothing.
Something wonderful and something execrable are coming soon.
Instead of setting a good example for the private sector, the Obama administration is setting an execrable one.