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
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In May, musicals, plays and concerts on Milwaukee stages will celebrate our varied ethnic heritages and our communal love for C.S. Lewis, while decrying the abomination of pay toilets.
The magnitude of the abomination almost forbids that it be mentioned in the same breath as any other horror.
Ada’s mother regards the friendship as an abomination.
Pruitt may not have committed abominations, but his freewheeling, ethically obtuse management of his agency is a stinker too malodorous to ignore.
Alas, these sensible (if inadequate) proposals are paired with Draconian ones that would accomplish nothing beyond exacerbating our nation’s mass-incarceration problem and expanding the reach of (the moral abomination that is) the death penalty.
There are plenty of innovations—some of them true abominations—in the works, all intended to shorten and hot up the game.
So there’s no reason to expect that a film called Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home will be anything but an abomination.
The natural wine movement believes that what hundreds of million people drink daily is an artificial abomination that relies on chemicals and mechanical processes that strip it of its inherent character.
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