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Synonyms for detestably

in an offensive and hateful manner

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His highly-polished boots creaked detestably whenever he moved.
Arnado said some of the farmers and leaders have already decided to start their journey back to their homes because they have already conveyed their message of desperation, which he said, unfortunately and detestably would not have gained attention and importance if they had not risked their necks.
The news was not well-received in the company's home city, with one fan telling The Oregonian "This is detestably bizarre."
They knew that the idea of India is too sublime to be debased into a nation of 'one culture, one religion, one language', akin to the detestably failed Nazi slogan 'Einvolk, ein Reich, ein Fuehrer' (one people, one state, one leader) of old.
According to results from dozens of volunteer taste-testers who participated in the studies, infrared heating doesn't detestably alter the mild taste, smooth texture, attractive appearance, or other characteristics that make almonds one of the most popular tree nuts.
Tempted though they may be to punish the GOP for its transgressions, each year Raymond Aron's dictum prevails: "In politics, the choice is not between good and evil, but between the preferable and the detestable." Of course this gives incredible license to "the preferable" to act detestably. If a movement believes that its opponents are the communist caricatures depicted on CPAC t-shirts, it can convince itself to throw in with McCain.
Detestably, Diderot sneered at Jupiter and Callisto: 'the old gladiator did not want to die without once more appearing in the arena'.