Thesaurus / abhorrence

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Morgan avoided the Headlight office, for there was a sensitive spot in his heart that Rhetta's abhorrence of him hurt keenly.

Trail's EndGeorge W. Ogden

So, worse and worse became the man's condition, greater and greater his abhorrence of what is counted a delicate bit of eating.

The CassowaryStanley Waterloo

These manners and customs they were obliged to adopt in order to avoid becoming objects of abhorrence.

Is this system so very vicious, that it deserves nothing but abhorrence and destruction?

We can never honour Voltaire too long nor too deeply for the vehemence and sincerity of his abhorrence of the military spirit.

VoltaireJohn Morley

Let him inspire them with abhorrence of the man-stealer—the slaveholder.

My Bondage and My FreedomFrederick Douglass

The Pennsylvanians never had an army; they always held war in abhorrence.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 2 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

But, now they knew, they ought to show their abhorrence of such conduct.

Ande TrembathMatthew Stanley Kemp

The Colonel turned away in abhorrence, but disdained any reply.

The Poor ScholarWilliam Carleton

He looked at her silently for a moment or two, almost with abhorrence.

A Life SentenceAdeline Sergeant

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