abominably

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He became for a time the lover of Nana, but treated her so abominably that she left him.

"He's abominably drunk," murmured she, with an air of disgust mingled with dread.

"I hear that he was abominably rude to the Baron the other day," said Madame Sella.

Are you the brother of this liar and monster who has deceived me so abominably?

The opinion that he treated her abominably was based on her frightened expression.

You have been abominably treated and you accept it with a smile.

You know why she hates me, and understand why she treats me so abominably?

He had married her for her money, and treated her abominably.

Without him the whole winter season would have been abominably dull.

"And he's abominably rude," she went on, with a sudden return of pettishness.

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