abominably abominably


  1. (adv) in an offensive and hateful manner
  2. (adv) in a terrible manner


  1. But, you could say, those are the tactics of jihadists; they're supposed to behave abominably.
  2. He was different from the others and, although abominably dressed, had so much personality that I made up my mind.
  3. If the intent of the casting was to display the womanly aspects of Hamlet's nature, this production fails abominably.


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    The department's conclusions include evidence that Arpaio's department targets Hispanic neighborhoods and drivers; that his office is rife with a culture of bias; that officers in jails run by the sheriff's department treat Spanish-speaking prisoners abominably, referring to them as “wetbacks,” “stupid Mexicans” and worse; and that his department has carried out retaliatory detentions and ...
    on September 12, 2013     Source: San Antonio Express-News


  1. Harrington said: "I don't like missing any cuts - it's pride - but it will make me more disciplined for the next 10 days. I putted abominably and it was a day of some poor decisions, but it just convinces me to be more committed."
    on May 30, 2008 By: Padraig Harrington Source: BBC News

  2. Thomas finally left the house when Chatterjee said, "you are behaving abominably and in a disgusting manner. You have to go out of the house."
    on Aug 14, 2007 By: Chatterjee Source: Zee News

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tacit tacit
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