He was the emblem of the world of the privileged, odiously sure of their own impunity.
They had an unhealthy look, sallow and pale, and they were odiously precocious.
"Not yet awhile," said he, in a voice so odiously sweet that Garnache caught his breath.
I'm sure you mean to be odiously rude, but to my taste it's a great compliment.
He had simply shrugged his shoulders; he was odiously unsympathetic.
As it happened, they had just tittered behind their fans over the odiously vulgar, but undeniably appropriate—yes!
For Michael it was a strange and odiously embarrassing experience.
In the life of a country house a number of practical jokes are considered admissible, some of them odiously treacherous.
"That is the most odiously aristocratic belief," said Oglethorpe.
They are so rich, so odiously rich, that you never can forget it.