Thesaurus / abhorrent
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At a time when many in our community require services to make it through an isolating pandemic, attempting to grant providers a license to discriminate is abhorrent.

Gillian had fled to her mother, entreating her to explain to her father that such jests were abhorrent to her.

Beechcroft at RockstoneCharlotte M. Yonge

At the same time the doctrine of future rewards and punishments reached an abhorrent evolution.

The Rise of the Mediaeval ChurchAlexander Clarence Flick

They received us kindly and fed us well only to devote us to the most abhorrent of deaths.

These representations disclose the most abhorrent and execrable cruelties.

I do not care to boast, you understand, and to be forced into self-praise is abhorrent to me.

Figures of EarthJames Branch Cabell

Anarchy, hateful as Death, is abhorrent to the whole nature of man; and must itself soon die.

The French RevolutionThomas Carlyle

Such a hideous catastrophe should be abhorrent to both sides.

The tell-tale is abhorrent even to the least developed moral sensibility.

Practical EthicsWilliam DeWitt Hyde

Selling against the law of my country would be abhorrent to me personally.

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