Examples of loathsome in a Sentence
we traced the foul smell to a pile of loathsome garbage by the back wall
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Oh, the vulgarity, the venality, the small-minded nastiness of those loathsome souls now crowding the stage at the Duke on 42nd Street.
The entire team knew the assignment would be both dangerous and loathsome for Owen.
Despite this loathsome reputation, Cohn was resolutely loyal and counted among his friends Democrats and Republicans alike.
The most telling detail in the reports has been the absence of Ivanka Trump, the one person who seems intent on preserving the value of a non-loathsome version of the family name.
The Sparrow is loathsome, wrapping in sanctimony the same crass power craving that animates many of the show’s characters.
Before his massive turnaround to become the heart and soul of the show Girls, his character was one of the most loathsome people on TV.
Nothing will turn your heart a deeper shade of black than daily interactions with some of the most loathsome people on the planet.
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Origin and Etymology of loathsome
Middle English lothsum, from loth evil, from Old English lāth, from lāth, adjective
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of loathsome for English Language Learners
: causing feelings of hatred or disgust : very bad
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