loathsome

[ lohth-suhm, lohth- ]SEE DEFINITION OF loathsome

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOATHSOME

He shook and trembled with fear as he peeped at the loathsome creature.

The women are of all types, from the most loathsome to the most lovable.

He knows that the scent of blood is in the air, and that the bloodhounds are at their loathsome work.

She will let me take her away from the companionship that must be loathsome to her, in spite of her devotion.

The boy's right arm was a loathsome sight, festering from a neglected wound.

Grant heard her scream and saw her struggling in a loathsome grip.

I thought how loathsome I should be to all the saints at the Day of Judgment.

Almayer hid his face in his hands as if to shut out a loathsome sight.

You're the most loathsome beast that it's ever been my misfortune to meet.

But he first imprisoned them in a most loathsome jail, allowing them only grains for their food.

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