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Hargrave suddenly rose from his seat with an aspect of stern determination, lifted the child from his father's knee, where he was sitting half-tipsy, cocking his head and laughing at me, and execrating me with words he little knew the meaning of, handed him out of the room, and, setting him down in the hall, held the door open for me, gravely bowed as I withdrew, and closed it after me.
I do not blame thee at all for satirizing and execrating one side, that side I believe as fully as thou dost, deserves it.
43) Another apostrophe follows, execrating iniquity in pointed but general terms, then predicting the woes to come.
Billy was hung amidst crowds of execrating spectators.