What is another word for execrable?

Pronunciation: [ɛɡzˈɛkɹəbə͡l] (IPA)

Execrable is an adjective that refers to something that is extremely bad or unpleasant. Some synonyms for execrable include atrocious, abominable, dreadful, heinous, and detestable. These words are all used to describe something that is terrible in nature or quality. Other synonyms for execrable include offensive, revolting, repugnant, loathsome, and odious. Each of these words conveys a strong sense of disapproval or disgust, making them suitable substitutes for execrable. When looking for a synonym for execrable, it is important to choose a word that accurately reflects the negative connotations of the original term.

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What are the opposite words for execrable?

Execrable is an adjective that describes something that is extremely bad or unpleasant. Antonyms for this word would be those that describe something positive or good. Some possible antonyms for execrable include excellent, superb, outstanding, exceptional, amazing, impressive, wonderful, splendid, remarkable, and extraordinary. These words denote things that are highly praiseworthy, desirable, or admirable. Using these antonyms for execrable, you can create sentences such as "The performance of the new singer was excellent and captivating" or "The view from my hotel room was splendid and breathtaking". Such antonyms convey a sense of positivity and optimism in contrast to execrable.

Usage examples for Execrable

She half ate a lonely, execrable war dinner in the stuffy, old-fashioned dining-room, served ceremoniously by the ancient head waiter, the friend of her childhood, who, in view of her recent widowhood, addressed her in the muffled tones of the sympathetic undertaker.
"The Rough Road"
William John Locke
I need not tell you an execrable conspiracy has been discovered against the life of his Majesty, in which several known friends of yours are implicated; now, if you will give information on the subject to the Minister, he will not only overlook any share you have taken in it, but will reward you in any way you may wish.
"The Prime Minister"
W.H.G. Kingston
Never did any one earn more deservedly a reputation as an execrable dancer than I did that evening.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford

Famous quotes with Execrable

  • I wish them all an atrocious life and then the fires and ice of hell and in the execrable generations to come an honoured name.
    Samuel Beckett
  • The past is necessarily inferior to the future. That is how we wish it to be. How could we acknowledge any merit in our most dangerous enemy: the past, gloomy prevaricator, execrable tutor?
    Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
  • If consciousness is, as some inhuman thinker has said, nothing more than a flash of light between two eternities of darkness, then there is nothing more execrable than existence.
    Miguel de Unamuno

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