abhorrent[ ab-hawr-uhnt, -hor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF abhorrent
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To defraud, to cheat, to wrong, had at one time been most abhorrent to her nature.
I am so eager to do well that the mere thought of failing is abhorrent.
And her behavior, to a man to whom scenes were abhorrent, proved trying in the extreme.
As it was, his motives were as abhorrent, as his methods were foolish and contemptible.
To have done the deed, and yet not to reap the profit, would be too abhorrent a failure.
Idleness and insouciance had few temptations for them, cynicism was abhorrent to them.
And when the prisoners were brought in, they were cried out at by the abhorrent crowd.
As the chief magistrate of the community, nothing is so abhorrent to me as rebellion.
I have, myself, heard this infant of four years use the most abhorrent blasphemy.
Earth dirt he had no objection to; slovenly dirt was as abhorrent to him as vice.
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