abominably


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Related to abominably: respectably, provisionally, expediently
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Synonyms for abominably

Synonyms for abominably

in an offensive and hateful manner

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He was himself well frosted, and the cold bit abominably into his shoulder wounded by the leopard; but a better constitution and better general care of him enabled him to survive.
A general smile followed, in which Wolf Larsen joined, and the dinner went on smoothly, thanks to me, for he treated me abominably the rest of the meal, sneering at me and patronizing me till I was all a-tremble with suppressed rage.
Many figures in politics, entertainment and religion who used their clout to behave abominably have passed away without a day of reckoning.
These are the very people this Tory Government has treated abominably.
In retirement Bobby was treated with indifference by the FA and abominably by West Ham Utd.
The writer-director creates a rich menagerie of quirky protagonists, who behave selfishly, abominably and irrationally, and are all the more believable for their failings and foibles.
Finally, being rid of the dead hand of Europe hopefully we could re-establish our links with our Commonwealth partners who we treated abominably when we favoured the EU over them.
The entire LGBT community as a whole has behaved abominably toward trans women of color, particularly the trans community itself.
They are treated abominably by their senior officers and, because of the volume of work they are expected to carry out, they are exhausted.
But the real culprit is the government of Myanmar, which has refused to give citizenship to this Muslim minority of 800,000 individuals under a former dictator's Citizenship Law and treated them abominably by herding more than 100,000 into camps where they are used as forced labourers.
A start at six o'clock seems abominably early, yet there were crowded houses, and the music halls, while bound to have exceptional second houses, find thus far that the first house attendance is not seriously affected.
The shock to them after 1941 was that the Japanese did not see them as special or entitled to have extra privileges but as enemy aliens and citizens of a country that was treating its ethnic Japanese civilians abominably.
Long after he died, I discovered that he had treated his wife abominably, at one point having her committed to the local mental hospital when she failed to have his dinner prepared one night, to teach him a lesson for staying out late at a local hostelry.
They stand between them for the values which so many whites, and later by contamination Native Americans, so abominably betray.
At the beginning of the year, Reporters without Borders placed media freedom in Bulgaria on the abominably low 80th place.