Definition of abhorrent
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His behavior is abhorrent — and fans want nothing more than for Jessica to stay away from him.
But that hasn’t stopped us from criticizing his abhorrent behavior or worrying about his fitness.
The content of Mr. Muhtorov's conversations with (alleged accomplice) Mr. Jumaev are abhorrent, the videos and pictures on his phone revolting.
That call was reprehensible, and any such suggestion is abhorrent and wholly contrary to Trinity’s values.
The promise of freedom was so strong, and the thought of remaining in slavery so abhorrent, that these considerations ultimately convinced the men to join Smalls.
Not tolerated, for good reason, will be abhorrent demonstrations, such as throat-slashing.
The further challenge for Trump is this: as abhorrent as the use of political violence may be, it is ultimately driven by political despair.
This is not about his political positions or abhorrent language and demeanor.
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Definition of abhorrent for Students
: causing or deserving strong dislike an abhorrent crime
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