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He replied that he had no objections, provided she did not encumber the carriage with bandboxes, which were his utter abhorrence.
THE BOOK OF ANECDOTES AND BUDGET OF FUN;VARIOUS
We can imagine that, as soon as a printed book ceased to be a great rarity, it became an object of great abhorrence.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
It is almost impossible to conceive the abhorrence in which the cross was held in the early centuries by the Greek and Roman mind.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
It was regarded with a loathing and abhorrence more intense than that in which the felons gibbet is held to-day.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
The principal reason for abhorrence is probably founded upon misapprehension.
A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARINGJULIAN SHARMAN
That would be to manifest the "cold" and "stern" self, which was to Corydon an object of abhorrence and fear.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
There swelled upon her, 260 swifter than the Rhone, a tide of abhorrence and disgust.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, VOLUME XXIROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Such is human nature, that some persons lose their abhorrence of crime in their admiration of its magnificent exhibitions.
SELECT SPEECHES OF DANIEL WEBSTERDANIEL WEBSTER
This is the natural feeling of abhorrence and not at all religious.
OLD-TIME MAKERS OF MEDICINEJAMES J. WALSH
He had a singular abhorrence of luxury, waste, and ostentation.
CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRYJAMES PARTON

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