Examples of abhorrence in a Sentence
one of the changes in American society that remains a particular abhorrence of social conservatives
my firm abhorrence of all forms of hypocrisy
Recent Examples of abhorrence from the Web
For all their skepticism of Trump, many Europeans have been are brought together by an unequivocal abhorrence of the use of chemical weapons in war, since they were first used on a massive scale in World War I in Europe a century ago.
Morell was a career CIA officer, imbued with the agency’s trademark abhorrence of anyone who leaks secrets.
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is well known for a number of things: Being very good at coaching football, his surly demeanor, his abhorrence of sleeves.
Political analyst Yekaterina Shulman said on Dozhd television that the strong participation by the young reflected their anger about the lack of career prospects in a society tainted by corruption and their abhorrence of state propaganda.
The opposition to Trump is rooted in the law, and it is rooted in abhorrence of his politics.
Though Will’s abhorrence of Trump will go over well with those who spend their evenings with Chris Hayes, Rachel Maddow, and Lawrence O’Donnell, his opinions on topics such as climate change and rape probably won’t.
Like a fair number of Trumpists, Bauerlein holds some beliefs that might have been expected to incline him toward #NeverTrump-ism, including an abhorrence of vulgarity.
Like the tea parties, it was rooted in an abhorrence of taxation (with or without representation).
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