inexecrable

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inexecrable

(ɪnˈɛksɪkrəbəl)
adj
thoroughly execrable; deserving of being cursed or execrated
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AUTUMN is here, the nights are drawing in and we begin that inexecrable march towards the chaotic enforced cheer of Christmas.
The control of flesh, of course, is an important trope in The Merchant of Venice, whose marginalized Jew is repeatedly labeled with canine metaphors: "cut-throat dog" (1.3.111), "impenetrable cur" (3.3.18), "inexecrable dog" (4.1.128).