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loathsome

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloathsomeloath‧some /ˈləʊðsəm $ ˈloʊθ-/ adjective  UNPLEASANTvery unpleasant or cruel syn repulsive that loathsome little man
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loathsomeI was damned if some nineteen-year-old pipsqueak with zits and a clip-on tie was going to make me feel loathsome.Historians have since described and explained how torture was a loathsome, almost automatic feature of colonial wars.Murphy's final year had come to an end and the loathsome boy remained without employment.He is a loathsome disgusting creature.But for the moment she resolved that she would not think of the loathsome interview again until she was in Prague.And it is a loathsome term, I detest it.
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