Noun(1) a person who is loathsome or disgusting(2) hate coupled with disgust(3) an action that is vicious or vile; an action that arouses disgust or abhorrence
(1) this bill is an abomination to all mankind(2) their abomination of indulgence(3) Today the far right uses the unconscious urges of gender-sex abomination and abjection toward Others.(4) It is a cityscape of abomination , the nightmare of a Classicist.(5) a Calvinist abomination of indulgence(6) With this tradition I view this bonfire as act of abomination .(7) Here, in the words of the Scripture, is desolation of abomination , or at any rate its beginnings.(8) They shall be even an abomination unto you; ye shall not eat of their flesh, but ye shall have their carcases in abomination .(9) Some are flights of architectural fantasy providing unimaginable luxury for as little as six guests, others are huge hotel style abominations that disgorge legions of the dreaded zebra-striped minibuses.(10) I'm sure you have plenty of marketing surveys that show people LOVE the convenience of having these unholy abominations , but I know what you're up to.(11) Who are the real traitors to western enlightenment values - those of us who find both totalitarianism and religious fundamentalism abominations or those who topple dictators to install theocracy?(12) Roberts then said that ├ö├ç├┐our history was an interminable procession of bloodshed, abominations and mass murder.├ö├ç├û(13) That is not to say abominations have not been committed and covered up by clergy.(14) Building regulations were stretched to the very limit, and the last thing considered was environmental impact and the lives of the people who would occupy these abominations .(15) Since human beings would be lost without their conceptual schemas, and since every schema has its limitations, it's inevitable that we'll encounter abominations in our daily lives.(16) Abortion, capital punishment and euthanasia are all abominations to him - repudiated by his own public struggle with death.
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Different Formsabomination, abominations
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