abominably


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Related to abominably: respectably, provisionally, expediently

a·bom·i·na·ble

 (ə-bŏm′ə-nə-bəl)
adj.
1. Unequivocally detestable; loathsome: abominable treatment of prisoners.
2. Thoroughly unpleasant or disagreeable: abominable weather.

[Middle English abhominable, from Old French, from Latin abōminābilis, from abōminārī, to abhor; see abominate.]

a·bom′i·na·bly adv.
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بِصُورَة بَغِيضَة
hnusněodporně
viîbjóîslega
berbat bir şekildeiğrenç bir şekilde

abominably

[əˈbɒmɪnəblɪ] ADVabominablemente, pésimamente
to behave abominablycomportarse abominablemente or pésimamente
he writes abominablyescribe pésimamente
to be abominably rude to sbser terriblemente grosero con algn

abominably

[əˈbɒmɪnəbli] adv [behave, treat] → d'une manière odieuse; [rude, wicked] → extrêmement

abominably

advgrässlich, abscheulich; abominably rudefurchtbar unhöflich

abominably

[əˈbɒmɪnəblɪ] advdisgustosamente
to be abominably rude to sb → essere terribilmente maleducato/a con qn

abominable

(əˈbominəbl) adjective
very bad; terrible. What abominable weather!
aˈbominably adverb
References in classic literature ?
Brooke will scratch up a fortune somehow, carry her off, and make a hole in the family, and I shall break my heart, and everything will be abominably uncomfortable.
White, the banker's wife, complained to the tele- graph company, saying that the office in Winesburg was dirty and smelled abominably, but nothing came of her complaint.
Jurgis heard smatterings of it, for the reason that terror kept him awake-- he knew that he snored abominably, and to have been put out just then would have been like a sentence of death to him.
Well, said I, all I can say is, that if this be true, he has used a young lady of my acquaintance abominably ill, and I wish with all my soul his wife may plague his heart out.
There appears to be no doubt, sir, that John has been abominably used.
It is evident," said he to himself, "that I have been abominably drunk
Penelope heard what he was saying and scolded the maid, "Impudent baggage," said she, "I see how abominably you are behaving, and you shall smart for it.
Ah, all that I have noticed is that they are horribly tedious when they are good husbands, and abominably conceited when they are not.
He instantly admitted his visitor, who came in with the air of the ambassador of a great power meeting the delegate of a barbarous tribe whom an absurd accident had enabled for the moment to be abominably annoying.
Then they took to cadging round sugar-factories and breweries, because it was easiest to get their material from those places, and the mixture of glucose and beer naturally fermented in store and blew the store-cells out of shape, besides smelling abominably.
The room, with its dirty cushions and half-smoked hookahs, smelt abominably of stale tobacco.
Would you have preferred me to be idiotically innocent or abominably wise?