abhorrence

[ ab-hawr-uhns, -hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF abhorrence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABHORRENCE

There was accusation, denunciation, abhorrence in the cashier's gaze.

They formed my character, and filled me with an abhorrence of evil-doers.

He took it and cast it back to me in abhorrence and contempt, with all the strength he could muster.

And Plato might also have found that the intuition of evil may be consistent with the abhorrence of it.

Every ragged Moor in the streets greeted them with exclamations of menace and abhorrence.

With a passionate gesture of abhorrence he swung towards the door.

They became the abhorrence of traitors whose crimes they thwarted.

And in his abhorrence he said to himself, "I'll kill him when I get home."

I refrained from expressing my abhorrence of that licentious doctrine because of my curiosity.

I began to feel that my abhorrence for Strickland could only be sustained by an effort on my part.

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