Thesaurus / abomination

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It doesn’t matter if you’re the sole fan of a beautiful abomination.
As more violence is planned out in the open, the shrugging and lukewarm calls for unity are a familiar abomination that has allowed racism and violence to continue unabated throughout our history.
Invoking the abominations of outsourced jobs, rural depression, and lost wages, he tapped in to neoliberal dysfunction and hitched the outrage to authoritarian rule.
An abomination of a character, Hisler is unlikable and unwatchable, much like the movie itself.
I don't see why you should speak as if I were urging some abomination.
THE OUTCRYHENRY JAMES
The number of the theatres increased, and a succession of writers of the "New School" filled the theatres with abomination.
The belief in immortality, also prevalent, though less general, was to them an abomination.
I suppose you don't know what an abomination of selfishness you are.
A TAR-HEEL BARONMABELL SHIPPIE CLARKE PELTON
To think of her in any other light would be an abomination to him.
THE LANDLEAGUERSANTHONY TROLLOPE
And Mrs. Rand bustled out to the kitchen to clean up after her abomination.

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