Definition of execration:
horror, malediction, scourge, condemnation, offense, ban, hatred, nuisance, disapprobation, malison, detestation, bane, curse word, cuss, damnation, swearword, wickedness, disgust, nemesis, oath, sentence, bugbear, crime, whammy, winze, iniquity, anathema, abomination, odium, expletive, abuse, bête noire, curse, swearing, imprecation, abhorrence, loathing, judgment of conviction, words, evil, conviction, antipathy, jinx, plague, shame, villainy, torment, love, aversion, hex, hate, annoyance.
- "The Girl of the Golden West", David Belasco.
- "Her Weight in Gold", George Barr McCutcheon.
Many diseases inflict more physical pain than torturers ever invented, but they do not excite the same horror, because gentle ministries are there to charm away the despair which human hate and execration conjure up.- "The Gospel According to St. Mark", G. A. Chadwick.