despicable[ des-pi-kuh-buhl, dih-spik-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF despicable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESPICABLE
But side by side with these despicable men what heroism we saw!
She had just done a thing that was mean, or at least she had done a thing from a mean, a despicable motive.
But despicable as his conduct had been, he underwent no hasty condemnation.
The despicable methods he was adopting troubled him not in the least.
I w-wouldn't have believed that anyone would be so despicable!
Looks as if I was a pretty base, despicable specimen of a man, doesn't it?
A traitor is a despicable character, while a poltroon is only contemptible.
I expected Lorand to smite that fair mouth for this despicable calumny.
Remember that Absalom's hair was not more splendid than his habits were despicable.
To look at him was to feel that whatever his faults they were not despicable ones.