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detestable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdetestablede‧test‧a‧ble /dɪˈtestəbəl/ adjective  BADvery bad, and deserving to be criticized or hated a detestable little mandetestably adverb
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detestableBut the house I think detestable.I found the film's final frenzied violence detestable.The people who do this fighting thing are detestable.Either the prof is a detestable chauvinist or the student is a vile schemer.Rachel sat in tense silence beside the detestable Damian Flint.And who masterminds these detestable values?
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