But one description was abhorrent on a level far above politics: “Aspergery.”
In that interview, Paul made it a point to frequently note how he finds discrimination “abhorrent.”
Because the positions the party would have to embrace to win black votes are abhorrent to the GOP base.
Many of the emails said that while all of their other actions are abhorrent, the burning of Korans is commendable.
But I have never met someone who actually confronts people for their abhorrent behavior after the workplace bullying is over.
Is it monstrous, abhorrent to nature, that a man should fire a pistol from under a cloak on a rainy day?
The idea of entrapping her into a meeting with him is abhorrent to him.
She blushed at the collision with it, and became a very allegory of innocence confronted with abhorrent evil.
And her behavior, to a man to whom scenes were abhorrent, proved trying in the extreme.
To defraud, to cheat, to wrong, had at one time been most abhorrent to her nature.
1610s, "in a position or condition to recoil," usually with from; from Latin abhorentem (nominative abhorrens), present participle of abhorrere; see abhor. Meaning "repugnant" is from 1650s. Earlier was abhorrable (late 15c.).