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morally reprehensible

causing or able to cause nausea

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"You intimidated and vilely abused your neighbours to the point where their lives became intolerable."
You have acted vilely, and they injustice of their laws have brought you into my hands, so that you cannot complain of the vengeance that will come to you from me." HERODOTUS, THE HISTORY 595 (David Grene trans., 1987).
Just as the Taliban promised to end the depredations of the warlords, so too do Uzbek radicals pledge relief from the vilely corrupt government in Tashkent.
June 20, 1885 Oxford is vilely paved for either carriage or cycle.
She expressed her disgust at the impunity that the Israeli government has allow Israeli setters who have 'so vilely and continuously assaulted Palestinian civilians', as well as solidarity with 'Mohammed's parents in demanding accountability for the killing of their child'.
(35) "Doth it not show vilely in me to desire small beer?" he asks.
An example of a pointless change is the addition of a titulus to "vilely" so that it expands to "vilenly;" either word works for both sense and grammar in the line, "(ran in seruage vile(n)ly serue." (35) However, sometimes the Corrector substitutes words that are in wider usage in the fifteenth century than earlier.
Sex trafficker Ignas Judins was extradited speedily from Latvia with, yes, you've probably guessed, a European Arrest Warrant, and put behind bars for conning two young women into going to Derbyshire where they were vilely exploited.
Only last week we heard of a young girl so vilely abused by trolls on a social networking site that she took her own life, and sadly she isn't the only one.
Gemma Lawrence as Hero, one of the Bard's palest characters, for example lets rip with real passion when Sam Phillips's Claudio "a soldier lost in love" vilely spurns her at the altar in what is surely a Shakespearean version of the fabled 'Scouse wedding'.
Shouldn't the world community be told vociferously and incessantly how these self-styled pious sadhus are playing mischievously and vilely with Pakistan's territorial integrity and its national cohesion and solidarity?
The Masarwa is an untouchable, an outcast who is vilely used by the Botswana perhaps as "the slaves and downtrodden dogs of the Botswana" (18).
Notably, the chapter entitled "Enn Freki Renna" chronicles no act of destruction by Lessingham, but his assassination by agents of Parry, who has vilely thrown his lot in with Derxis.
Ms Majic also claimed Watkins would boast how he used his fame and glamour to prey on his army of impressionable young fans, vilely labelling women prepared to offer children up for sex as"superfans".