Examples of abomination in a Sentence
Some people view the sculpture as art while others see it as an abomination.
although once common, torture is now an abomination to the civilized peoples of the earth
Recent Examples of abomination from the Web
The health care legislation proposed by Senate Republicans is a moral abomination—one that leadership is trying to pass through undemocratic means.
Churches will be able to use public funds to support their educational missions, and in many cases that means teaching children that LGBT people are abominations and that women do not deserve the right to control their bodies.
AHCA is an abomination: The Washington Post’s Paul Waldman also took a strong shot against the AHCA: The American Health Care Act is not just wrong, or misguided, or problematic or foolish.
The Oscar-winning actress closed out her acting career in 1970 with the sci-fi abomination Trog.
Those hairy abominations, that hairy one in the corner touching himself with his leather fingers, that’s a man?
The Seahawks offensive line has been an abomination most of this season.
They were abolished in A.D. 393 by the Emperor Theodosius, a Christian who saw the worship of Zeus throughout the games as a pagan abomination.
The terrors of this novel feel timeless, almost biblical: There are abominations here, and miracles.
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Origin and Etymology of abomination
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Definition of abomination for Students
: something that causes disgust … she said horse racing was an abomination … — Lucy Maud Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables
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