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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexecrableex‧e‧cra‧ble /ˈeksəkrəbəl/ adjective  formalBAD extremely bad syn terrible
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execrableIn drunken lunacy we had two execrable hamburgers and three orders of cold, greasy fries at the refreshment stand.Who would know how to decipher Canon Wheeler's execrable hand?execrable wine
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