odious : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s unequivocally detestable
consequences odious to those you govern"- Edmund Burke
- His famous remark about women being "goddesses or doormats" has rendered him odious to feminists, but women tended to walk into both roles open-eyed and eagerly, for his charm was .
- The trend is far from being a completely odious phenomenon, though.
- It is parents and lawyers, collaborating in odious work.
News & Articles
- Watch: Family Holds Funeral for Prop 8
With the pending US Supreme Court decision likely to knock out the odious Prop 8 in California one way or another, a gay family held a funeral for the law.
June 15, 2013 - Gayapolis
- Shimon Peres in The Hindu
Men and women who took part in the most odious activity on earth - that of genocide - still live on German and European soil, and in other parts of the world,Mr. Peres said.
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Meadow Free Press
That's very different from saying that if you were president, you would personally meet in your first year, without conditions, with these odious dictators,Clinton said.
- John McCain in FOXNews
I'm very happy about the decision given my position on abortion. Partial birth is one of the most odious aspects of abortion,Arizona Sen. John McCain said while campaigning in South Carolina.