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
Origin and Etymology of abomination
Middle English abhomynacioun, borrowed from Anglo-French abhomination, borrowed from Late Latin abōminātiōn-, abōminātiō, from Latin abōminārī “to detest, abominate” + -tiōn-, -tiō, suffix of action nouns
First Known Use: 14th century
ABOMINATION Defined for Kids
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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