abominable[ uh-bom-uh-nuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF abominable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABOMINABLE
But it was of no use, and all this abominable work must be done over again.
It is abominable, and it frees us from the promises we made.
Is it not abominable, the way these schools of St. Cyr and the Paris military are run?
This kind of petty bribery is, of course, abominable, and should never be countenanced.
Owing to the time of the year and to the abominable weather there were hardly any passengers.
Why are you in London, enjoying our abominable spring weather?
The abominable and shameful peace had been signed, the wretched Commune crushed.
It was the brand of shame, the blow given by the abominable treaty of peace.
From that moment the abominable scene was bound to continue to the end.
I would show Lovelace your sister's abominable letter, were it to me.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ABOMINABLE
- bad news