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 ?
In the first place, his handwriting was so abominably bad that she was obliged to guess at his meaning.
They spell it so abominably that no man can teach himself what it sounds like.
When the visitor has mounted the crumbling steps of this ancient donjon, he reaches a little plateau where, in the seventeenth century, Georges Philibert de Sequigny, Lord of the Glandier, Maisons-Neuves and other places, built the existing town in an abominably rococo style of architecture.
Are we so abominably selfish, that we can be concerned at others having possession even of what we despise?
You did not write it yourself but translated it, and translated it abominably, because you don't even know French, you fool.
No doubt he must have been abominably sea-sick and abominably unhappy --this soft and passionate adventurer, taken thus out of his knowledge, and feeling bitterly as he lay in his emigrant bunk his utter loneliness; for his was a highly sensitive nature.
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.
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
I shook him by the hand, but by this time he was haw-haw-hawing so abominably that a disgust of him swelled up within me, and with it a passionate desire to jeer once more at Mary A--
My father may have been very foolish - I suppose he was really worse than foolish - but I think that he was most abominably and shamefully treated, and so long as I live I shall never forgive those who were responsible for it.