Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- Needless to say, one critic called the show ‘the most disgusting and execrable series ever to ooze its way onto television.’
- This week alone I've come across four sensationally good bottles which show up the execrable wines for what they are.
- And the execrable theme-song has been revamped from its elevator-metal original version to a new Love Boat stylee quasi-orchestral rendition.
- We determined over time that the brilliant had been selected for our flight school based on their superior skills, while the execrable had been selected based on their superior connections.
- It's a pity then that he or she had chosen to leave copies of a zine lying around which in one they had written some truly execrable poetry.
- Part of the problem was the set design - like those execrable movies, they seemed to think that Funky Urban Futurism can be established by an excess of neon.
- I think the solution is to do what we did with that movie when its execrable sequels were released - forget that they were ever made and pretend that it had remained a stand alone movie all along.
- He was also a mountaineer, though not a great one; a non-fiction writer, though not of the first rank; and an execrable poet and failed novelist.
- The other day I wrote to the diary drawing ethics, journalism, perks and the execrable two men together with a quick mention of One Nation.
- They often misunderstand their market and occasionally reject good or even great works but literary agents and editors do prevent a vast quantity of execrable writing from being published.
- Yet to borrow their reasoning and make an equivalent suggestion that Liverpool's fans in turn had some role in their own catastrophe, somehow makes a person execrable and lynchworthy.
- If he indeed were guilty of such an execrable transgression, this newspaper would be among the first to condemn, and not defend, him and his broadcaster.
- Subramanyan's composition reminds us that the human species is the only one that commits execrable crimes against its own, in the name of causes and ideals.
- Finally, what kind of science is being practised that produces such execrable unnatural phenomena as the ‘terminator gene’?
- This is a good thing, obviously, but it is hard to defend the capriciousness of the process in the hands of the execrable Senator.
- He notes that the popularity rating of the execrable Chancellor hovers at about 23 percent.
- Depending on your predilection, you can say that's a good thing or bad thing, but, for the likes of me, the modern world is often execrable.
- For some time now, I've been concerned with the execrable quality of political discourse in this country.
- The vast majority of music is execrable in quality.
- A gloriously sweet and rich melange of fruit and chocolate, this would have made me come back even if the rest had been absolutely execrable.