Execrate (to ) conjugation

English
4 examples
This verb can also mean the following: abhor, declare, feel loathing for, feel, invoke, denounce, invoke a curse, declare to be hateful

Conjugation of execrate

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they
Present Simple
execrate
execrate
execrates
execrate
execrate
execrate
Future Simple
will execrate
will execrate
will execrate
will execrate
will execrate
will execrate
Past Simple
execrated
execrated
execrated
execrated
execrated
execrated
Conditional Simple
would execrate
would execrate
would execrate
would execrate
would execrate
would execrate
I
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you all
they
Present Progressive
am execrating
are execrating
is execrating
are execrating
are execrating
are execrating
Future Progressive
will be execrating
will be execrating
will be execrating
will be execrating
will be execrating
will be execrating
Past Progressive
was execrating
were execrating
was execrating
were execrating
were execrating
were execrating
Conditional Progressive
would be execrating
would be execrating
would be execrating
would be execrating
would be execrating
would be execrating
I
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Present Perfect
have execrated
have execrated
has execrated
have execrated
have execrated
have execrated
Future Perfect
will have execrated
will have execrated
will have execrated
will have execrated
will have execrated
will have execrated
Past Perfect
had execrated
had execrated
had execrated
had execrated
had execrated
had execrated
Conditional Perfect
would have execrated
would have execrated
would have execrated
would have execrated
would have execrated
would have execrated
I
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we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been execrating
have been execrating
has been execrating
have been execrating
have been execrating
have been execrating
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been execrating
will have been execrating
will have been execrating
will have been execrating
will have been execrating
will have been execrating
Past Perfect Progressive
had been execrating
had been execrating
had been execrating
had been execrating
had been execrating
had been execrating
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been execrating
would have been execrating
would have been execrating
would have been execrating
would have been execrating
would have been execrating

Examples of execrate

Example in EnglishTranslation in English
I execrate your hateful family! I should have fled from you.
I execrate your hateful family! I should have fled from you.
I walked into a dark hall where the landlady stood execrating and final, sending me to hell, waving her fat, sweaty arms and screaming screaming for the rent because the world has failed us both
I walked into a dark hall where the landlady stood execrating and final, sending me to hell, waving her fat, sweaty arms and screaming screaming for the rent because the world has failed us both

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