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exsē^crābĭlis (execr- ), e, adj. exsecror.
I. Pass., execrable, accursed, detestable: “exsecr. ac dirum solum,Val. Max. 1, 1, 15: “nihil exsecrabilius,Plin. 9, 48, 72, § 155; Vulg. Levit. 11, 23 al.
II. Act., execrating: “praeeuntibus exsecrabile carmen sacerdotibus,the song of cursing, of execration, Liv. 31, 17, 9: “odium,” i. e. raging, fearful, id. 9, 26, 4.—Adv.: exsē^crābĭlĭter , execrably (only in comp.): “tanto exsecrabilius me oderam,Aug. Conf. 8, 7.
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