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abhominable

[ab-hom-uh-nuh-buh l]
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adjective Obsolete.
  1. abominable.
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Origin of abhominable

1325–75; Middle English < Medieval Latin abhominābilis, alteration of Latin abōminābilis abominable, by association with phrase ab homine from man, inhuman
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  • Diddest thou dare to aduenture vppon me, hauyng thy conscyence wounded wyth sutch an abhominable and deadly Treason?

    The Palace of Pleasure

    William Painter

  • But he concludes honestly that though their faith is 'abhominable' to true Christians, their life is good enough.

  • Were it not an abhominable sight that the mynde of a man shulde be in a beastes body?

    The Education of Children

    Desiderius Erasmus

  • Incse is an abhominable thinge vnto me / I maye not awaie with your newe moones.