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Causing loathing; abhorrent. See Synonyms at offensive.
[Middle English lothsome : loth, hateful; see loath + -som, adj. suff.; see -some1.]
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|Noun||1.||loathsomeness - the quality of being disgusting to the senses or emotions; "the vileness of his language surprised us"|
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loathsomeness[ˈləʊðsəmnɪs] N [of person, thing] → lo detestable, lo odioso; [of smell, disease] → lo repugnante
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