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abomination

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabominationa‧bom‧i‧na‧tion /əˌbɒməˈneɪʃən $ əˌbɑː-/ noun  [countable]RUDE/OBSCENE someone or something that is extremely offensive or unacceptable Slavery was an abomination.
Examples from the Corpus
abominationHis ruling may have been an abomination, but it was neither a high crime nor a misdemeanor.To be perfectly honest, the place is an eyesore, an abomination.I never cook with that abomination called "cooking wine."I tried to shut out these abominations and concentrate on Marine One seat assignments.
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