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abominable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabominablea‧bom‧i‧na‧ble /əˈbɒmɪnəbəl, -mənə- $ əˈbɑː-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 UNPLEASANTextremely unpleasant or of very bad quality syn terrible 🔊 abominable crueltyabominably adverb 🔊 Mavis behaved abominably.
Examples from the Corpus
abominableHere was a man, held in high esteem by outsiders, yet his behaviour inside the home was abominable.How could the kind, divinely blessed, allow this abominable act?an abominable crimeWhatever happened, she wouldn't let her determination waver over the rejection of the abominable Draper.The facts were too bad, too bald, abominable, pitiful.That was the last abominable shot I hit that day.He found it hard to describe to me the abominable way in which he was treated in a prisoner of war camp.
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