Execrable Quotes (1 quote)
To speak algebraically, Mr. M. is execrable, but Mr. C. is x plus 1 -ecrable.
In The Works of Edgar Allan Poe (1849), Vol. 3, 279. Poe used this remark to summarize his low opinion of the works of two fellow writers, after stating that if Cornelius Mathews were not the very worst poet that ever existed on the face of the earth, it is only because he is not quite so bad as William Ellery Channing.