detestable : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s offensive to the mind
- s unequivocally detestable
- I was the provocation, beingin the eyes of the mobthe detestable spawn of her traitorous union with a Westerner.
- Soon after, Wilson's motherwho gave him the detestable sobriquet "Bunny"went mysteriously deaf.
- They meet up again with Cain (he's a running joke, but in Cross's cheerfully detestable hands, a bad one), who leads them on a tour of the city.
- Barack Obama in New York Times
This is a guy who lives in my neighborhood, who'sa professor of English in Chicago ...... somebody who engaged in detestable acts 40 years ago when I was 8 years old,Obama complained.
- Nicolas Sarkozy in FOXNews
We did not want to give the signal of a withdrawal, which would have been a detestable signal at a time when we see the ravages that terrorism can do to the world,Sarkozy said on France-Info radio.