For all his caustic polemics, Kristol had an abhorrence of finding himself in the minority.
Have I beheld sin with an abhorrence far greater than the delight it ever gave me?
But these extreme opinions were generally held in abhorrence.
Let it not however be supposed that I endured it without repining and abhorrence.
I want to make my abhorrence of high French heels as strong as I can.
I laughed, but Mr. Desmond received the explanation solemnly, and expressed his abhorrence for “the weed.”
It is an imputation he must repel with abhorrence and wrath.
I used to express my abhorrence of it to a priest whom I met with.
Prodigies were not to his taste, and a girl prodigy would be an abhorrence.
Make it a Unit, on the other hand, and worship and abhorrence are equally one-sided and equally legitimate reactions.