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  • nounenormity
  • nounhorror

synonyms for atrociousness

  • atrocity
  • barbarity
  • barbarousness
  • depravity
  • evilness
  • heinousness
  • vileness
  • wickedness
  • monstrousness
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    How to use atrociousness in a sentence

    The atrociousness of a crime, depends greatly upon the nature, character, and condition of the victim.
    THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER, OMNIBUSAMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
    The atrociousness of a crime, depends much upon the nature, character, and condition of the victim.
    THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER, OMNIBUSAMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
    The porters further desired, that justice might be done upon offenders, as the atrociousness of their crimes had deserved.
    THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.I., PART E.DAVID HUME
    Then she told him her bitter story, in all its naked atrociousness.
    A DOUBLE BARRELLED DETECTIVE STORYMARK TWAIN
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    WORDS RELATED TO ATROCIOUSNESS

    • abominations
    • barbarities
    • brutality
    • crimes
    • enormities
    • evils
    • horrors
    • infamy
    • inhumanities
    • iniquities
    • monstrosities
    • offenses
    • outrages
    • ruthlessness
    • savageries
    • viciousness
    • wrongs
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