Abhorrency
Abhorrency Ab*hor"ren*cy, n. Abhorrence. [Obs.] --Locke. [1913 Webster]

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  • abhorrency — noun ( es) obsolete : abhorrence …   Useful english dictionary

  • abhorrence — noun a) Extreme aversion or detestation; the feeling of utter dislike. b) A person or thing that is loathsome. See Also: abhor, abhorred, abh …   Wiktionary

  • abhorrer — noun a) One who abhors. Be they what they may, the barbarities of the Catholics of those times had their limits: but of this abhorrer of Catholic barbarities, the barbarity has, in respect of the number of intended victims, no limits other than… …   Wiktionary

  • abhorring — noun Detestation. See Also: abhor, abhorred, abhorrence, abhorrency, abhorrent, abhorrently, abhorrer, abhorrible …   Wiktionary

  • abhorrible — adjective Detestable. See Also: abhor, abhorred, abhorrence, abhorrency, abhorrent, abhorrently, abhorrer, abhorring …   Wiktionary

  • abhorrent — adjective a) Abhorring; detesting; having or showing abhorrence; loathing; hence, strongly opposed to; as, abhorrent thoughts. b) Contrary or repugnant; discordant; inconsistent; followed by to. See Also …   Wiktionary

  • abhorrently — adverb With abhorrence. See Also: abhor, abhorred, abhorrence, abhorrency, abhorrent, abhorrer, abhorrible, abhorring …   Wiktionary

  • abhor — verb /əbˈhɔːr,əbˈhɔːr,æbˈhɔːr/ To regard with horror or detestation; to shrink back with shuddering from; to feel excessive repugnance toward; to detest to extremity; to loathe. Syn: hate, detest …   Wiktionary

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