adjective abom·i·na·ble \ə-ˈbäm-nə-bəl, -ˈbä-mə-\

: very bad or unpleasant

Full Definition of ABOMINABLE

:  worthy of or causing disgust or hatred :  detestable <the abominable treatment of the poor>
:  quite disagreeable or unpleasant <abominable weather>
abom·i·na·bly \-blē\ adverb

Examples of ABOMINABLE

  1. It was an abominable crime.
  2. <your table manners are abominable!>

First Known Use of ABOMINABLE

14th century


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