Examples of Abomination
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Sentences with the noun Abomination
This is an abomination.
It was truly an abomination.
Green eggs are an abomination.
Everyone seemed to agree that Northern Uproar were an abomination.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )
What is this abomination?
The sight of you is an abomination to me.
They had gone out to the world in illicit and forbidden relationship of a spiritual character, and the world had been let into them in a defiling and corrupting way, resulting in that end which is always and ever an abomination to God.
When an abomination has become of age it becomes a tradition.
He says the 'abomination that is Jeremy Corbyn's leadership' has forced him to declare his hand.
(Daily Mail - News, )
Calling their deaths "an abomination," a priest memorialized a mother and young son killed by a family friend.
(USA Today - National, )
British chef Jamie Oliver draws flak online for a paella recipe, with some users branding it an "abomination".
(BBC News - World News, )
The artful "abomination" that turned a 100-year-old depiction of Christ into an international joke has become a shock hit with tourists.
(CNN - World News, )
As Brendan Rodgers made his way out of Anfield last night, trying to fathom the latest Luis Suarez abomination, his expression said everything.
(Daily Mail - Sport, )
Presenter Tom Bradby has called the plan to build six new homes in the picture-postcard village of Houghton, Hampshire, an 'absolute abomination'.
(Daily Mail - News, )
The prediction would have been totally tolerable if it came from a mere mortal, but this abomination of a prognostication was spit out by a computer.
(The Vancouver Sun - Sports, )
Calling their deaths "an abomination," a priest memorialized a California mother and young son killed by a family friend who also abducted the woman's 16-year-old daughter.
(Fox News - U.S., )
Cameroonian pop singer Dencia has defended her promotion of a skin whitening cream called Whitenicious, which critics have branded an ''abomination'' and ''irresponsible''.
(BBC News - Entertainment & Arts, )
The carnage in Paris was an appalling act, but what's unfolding in Nigeria is an abomination, one that struggles for attention as the global media remains transfixed by Paris.
(Sydney Morning Herald - World, )
Jamie Oliver's twist on paella has been panned on social media as an "abomination" and an insult to Spaniards, but the British chef stands by his version of the traditional rice dish.
(Lois Abraham in CBC News - Arts & Entertainment, )
When Homer Simpson, America’s beloved cartoon idiot, was given free rein to design the car of his dreams, he created an abomination, complete with a megaphone attached to the roof and huge bubble-shaped windows.
(Los Angeles Times - Technology, )
“A determined France, a united France, a France that joins together and a France that will not allow itself to be staggered even if today, there is infinite emotion faced with this disaster, this tragedy, which is an abomination, because it is barbarism,” Hollande said.
(The Vancouver Sun - News, )
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