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Definition of the adjective abominate
What does abominate mean as an attribute of a noun?
- [obsolete] Abominable; detested.
Definition of the verb abominate
What does abominate mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: abominated | abominating | abominates
- find repugnant
Alternative definition of the verb abominate
- [transitive] To feel disgust towards; to abhor; to loathe or detest thoroughly; to hate in the highest degree, as if with religious dread.
- synonym: hate
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How Outer Space Made America (2016)
Geography, Organization and the Cosmic Sublime by Daniel Sage
through acts of making it abominable: 'the abominate is a response to the sacred, its exhaustion, its ending '; (p111). The dead astronauts thus operate as a spectre within a progressive, messianic ...
Targeted Test Prep to Jump-Start Your Career by Valerie L. Haynes, Arco, Peterson's
Abominate means to loathe or hate. If you think of other variations of the word, such as abominable, you might think of the abominable snowman, which you know to be a despicable monster. The word "hate" would be the only word to which ...
by Charles E. Nichols
d those who are abominated truth everyone everyone, everybody good good, goodness É evil detest, abominate detest, abominate, abomination ...
by Random House, Stephen Elliott
malice, ranoor 7 despise, disdain, disgust, not like 8 aversion, distaste, loathing , object to 9 abominate, animosity, antipathy, hostility, repulsion, revuislon 10 abhorrence. antag« onism, repugnance 11 abomination, detestation 12 dìsailection ...
by John Platts
Abominate, [abominor, L.] to hate as sinful or vicious. Loathe, [lathian, S.] to feel disgust. We abhor cruelty and inhumanity ; hate pride and vice of all sorts ; halt: an oppressor ; detest treachery and injustice ; abominate impiety, profaneness, ...
by Sidney L. Landau
loathe, detest, despise, abominate, hate, execrate, shrink, from, recoil from, avoid, shun, scorn, disdain, reject. abhorrent adj. detestable, horrible, despicable, ...
by William Carpenter
To Abominate — abhor, detest, loathe. To Abandon — forsake, desert, renounce ; relinquish, resign, give up, abdicate, quit, forego. Abandoned — profligate, corrupt, vitiated, depraved, reprobate, vicious, wicked. To Abash — confiase ...
Designed as a Practical Guide to Aptness and Variety of Phraseology by Richard Soule
Abominate, v. a. Abhor, detest, execrate, hate, loathe, nauseate, ...
Flip Dictionary (2002)
by Barbara Kipfer
goon, henchman, killer, murderer, myrmidon hatchet- or ax-shaped: dolabriform hatching, keep eggs warm before: brood, incubate hatchway: doot, scuttle hate: abhor, abominate, animosity, animus, antagonism, aversion, condemn, despise, ...
by PROFESSOR DANIEL LYONS
ABOMINATE. ABDICATE, ab'di-kst, v.t. to renounce or give up (a high office). — n . Abdioa'tion. .... n. Abom'inableness. [See Abominate.] ABOMINATE, ab-om'in-at, v.t. to abhor: to detest extremely. [L. abominor, -atus — to turn from as of bad ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3O1M3I1N1A1T1E1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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