abominating

  • 1 Abominating — Abominate A*bom i*nate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abominated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abominating}.] [L. abominatus, p. p. or abominari to deprecate as ominous, to abhor, to curse; ab + omen a foreboding. See {Omen}.] To turn from as ill omened; to hate in… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 abominating — a bom·i·nate || neɪt v. loathe intensely, detest, hate …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 3 self-abominating — adj. * * * …

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  • 4 self-abominating — self′ abom′inating adj …

    From formal English to slang

  • 5 self-abominating — adj …

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  • 6 Abominate — A*bom i*nate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abominated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abominating}.] [L. abominatus, p. p. or abominari to deprecate as ominous, to abhor, to curse; ab + omen a foreboding. See {Omen}.] To turn from as ill omened; to hate in the… …

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  • 7 Abominated — Abominate A*bom i*nate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abominated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abominating}.] [L. abominatus, p. p. or abominari to deprecate as ominous, to abhor, to curse; ab + omen a foreboding. See {Omen}.] To turn from as ill omened; to hate in… …

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  • 8 Robert Simpson (composer) — Robert (Wilfred Levick) Simpson (2 March 1921 ndash; 21 November 1997) was an English composer and long serving BBC producer and broadcaster.He is best known for his orchestral and chamber music (including 11 symphonies and 15 string quartets),… …

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  • 9 abominate — abominator, n. /euh bom euh nayt /, v.t., abominated, abominating. 1. to regard with intense aversion or loathing; abhor. 2. to dislike strongly. [1840 50; < L abominatus loathed, ptp. of abominari. See ABOMINABLE, ATE1] Syn. 1. loathe, execrate …

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  • 10 andústrung — f ( e/ a) an abominating, an abomination [abominatio] …

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  • 11 abominate — (v.) 1640s, back formation from abomination or from L. abominatus, pp. of abominari (see ABOMINATION (Cf. abomination)). Related: Abominated; abominating …

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  • 12 abhorrent — a. 1. Hating, detesting, abominating, loathing. 2. Odious, offensive, shocking, repugnant, hateful, loathsome, revolting, nauseating, horrifying, horrible, repellent, repulsive …

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  • 13 abhorrence — n 1. loathing, abominating, execration, hatred, hate, detestation, odium; repugnance, aversion, hostility, enmity, animosity, animus, antipathy; horror, revulsion, disgust, noisomeness. 2. disdain, scorn, contempt …

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  • 14 execration — n 1. curse, imprecation, malediction, anathema, damnation, excoriation, fulmination, plague; vituperation, condemnation, censure, denunciation. 2. abhorrence, abomination, detestation, animosity, animus, hatred, hostility, abhorring, abominating …

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  • 15 abominate — UK [əˈbɒmɪneɪt] / US [əˈbɑmɪˌneɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms abominate : present tense I/you/we/they abominate he/she/it abominates present participle abominating past tense abominated past participle abominated formal to hate something… …

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  • 16 abominate — /əˈbɒməneɪt / (say uh bomuhnayt) verb (t) (abominated, abominating) to regard with intense aversion; dislike strongly; abhor. {Latin abōminātus, past participle, seen as an ill omen} …

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  • 17 abominate — [ə bäm′ə nāt΄] vt. abominated, abominating [< L abominatus, pp. of abominari, to regard as an ill omen: see AB & OMEN] 1. to feel hatred and disgust for; loathe 2. to dislike very much abominator n …

    English World dictionary

  • 18 abomination — [ə bäm΄ə nā′shən] n. 1. an abominating; great hatred and disgust; loathing 2. anything hateful and disgusting …

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