abominable


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Synonyms for abominable

Synonyms for abominable

Synonyms for abominable

unequivocally detestable

exceptionally bad or displeasing

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Do not go out of George's life saying he is abominable.
You confess to having adored the heads of Bophomet, those abominable idols of the Templars?
To Philip her smile was an abominable leer, and the suggestive glitter of her eyes filled him with horror.
It is true, it is an abominable business, as you say.
Well, all I can make out is that everything is abominable, abominable, quite abominable
Your grammar is excellent," Professor Hilton informed him, staring at him through heavy spectacles; "but you know nothing, positively nothing, in the other branches, and your United States history is abominable - there is no other word for it, abominable.
Never, Emily--I say it with a solemn sense of the claims of truth--never have I eaten such an infamous, abominable, maddeningly bad dinner, as the dinner they gave us on our first day at the hotel.
Besides my cigar, do you smell anything else--vile, abominable, overpowering, indescribable, never-never-never-smelt before?
When he did speak, he told me I might quite possibly be right in suspecting Anne's husband to be a very abominable person.
A small mob composed mainly of people who themselves did not look particularly clever and scrupulous, leavened by a slight sprinkling of genuine pickpockets amused itself by cheering in the most penetrating, abominable cold drizzle that I remember.
That's abominable of you, Socrates; you take the words in the sense which is most damaging to the argument.
We have not found out this abominable deception by any underhand means," she said.
She knew how the unhappy Lord Dovedale, whose mamma had taken a house at Oxford, so that he might be educated there, and who had never touched a card in his life till he came to London, was perverted by Rawdon at the Cocoa-Tree, made helplessly tipsy by this abominable seducer and perverter of youth, and fleeced of four thousand pounds.
I have myself (in spite of the bishops and the clergy) an unfeigned respect for the Church; but I am firmly persuaded, at the same time, that the devil remained in undisturbed possession of the Honourable John, and that the last abominable act in the life of that abominable man was (saving your presence) to take the clergyman in!
That feminine penetration--so clever and so tainted by the eternal instinct of self-defence, so ready to see an obvious evil in everything it cannot understand--filled her with bitter resentment against both the men who could offer to the spiritual and tragic strife of her feelings nothing but the coarseness of their abominable materialism.