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a·bom·in·a·ble

[uh-bom-uh-nuh-buh l]
adjective

1. detestable; loathsome; causing disgust and horror:
“He committed an abominable crime.”
2. very bad; unpleasant:
“Last week we had abominable weather.”

Origin

1325-75; Middle English < Latin abōminābilis, equivalent to abōminā (rī) to pray to avert an eventuality, despise as a bad omen, abhor (see ab-, omen ) + -bilis -ble

Synonyms

1. abhorrent, horrible, revolting, foul.
2. miserable.

Antonyms

1. likable, admirable.
2. delightful, pleasant.

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