loathful

loathful

(ˈləʊðfʊl)
adj
causing feelings of loathing and disgust
References in classic literature ?
At the word, Goodman Brown stepped forth from the shadow of the trees and approached the congregation, with whom he felt a loathful brotherhood by the sympathy of all that was wicked in his heart.
In a statement during a Security Council debate on Palestine, Bolivian ambassador Sacha Llorenti, who is currently the President of the Council for June, expressed "great concern about the grave political, economic, social, humanitarian, and security situation in the occupied Palestinian territories, as a result of ongoing and loathful policies by Israel, the occupying power.
He has not even pushed Congress to scrap the most repressive, loathful and patently unconstitutional features of the Bush's anti-terrorist policies.