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Execrate vs Desecrate - What's the difference?

execrate | desecrate |


As verbs the difference between execrate and desecrate

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while desecrate is (transitive)  to profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.

As an adjective desecrate is

desecrated.

Detest vs Execrate - What's the difference?

detest | execrate | Synonyms |

Detest is a synonym of execrate.


As verbs the difference between detest and execrate

is that detest is to dislike intensely; to loathe while execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor.

Execrate vs Hate - What's the difference?

execrate | hate |


As verbs the difference between execrate and hate

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while hate is .

As a noun hate is

haste, impatience.

Execrate vs Disdain - What's the difference?

execrate | disdain |


As verbs the difference between execrate and disdain

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while disdain is to regard (someone or something) with strong contempt.

As a noun disdain is

(uncountable) a feeling of contempt or scorn.

Execrate vs Defame - What's the difference?

execrate | defame |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between execrate and defame

is that execrate is (archaic) to invoke a curse while defame is (archaic) to charge; to accuse.

As verbs the difference between execrate and defame

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while defame is to harm or diminish the reputation of.

Execrate vs Excoriate - What's the difference?

execrate | excoriate |


As verbs the difference between execrate and excoriate

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while excoriate is to wear off the skin of; to chafe or flay.

Execrate vs Vituperate - What's the difference?

execrate | vituperate |


As verbs the difference between execrate and vituperate

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while vituperate is to criticize in a harsh or abusive manner.

Abominate vs Execrate - What's the difference?

abominate | execrate | Related terms |

Abominate is a related term of execrate.


As verbs the difference between abominate and execrate

is that abominate is to feel disgust towards; to abhor; to loathe or detest thoroughly; to hate in the highest degree, as if with religious dread while execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor.

As an adjective abominate

is (rare) abominable; detested
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Execrate vs Castigate - What's the difference?

execrate | castigate |


As verbs the difference between execrate and castigate

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while castigate is to punish severely; to criticize severely; to reprimand severely.

Execrate vs Loathe - What's the difference?

execrate | loathe |


As verbs the difference between execrate and loathe

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while loathe is to hate, detest, revile.

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