Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With abhorrence; in an abhorrent manner.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. With abhorrence.
- abhorrent + -ly (Wiktionary)
“The Telegraph's Sean Rayment, interviewed a British officer who said he believed the US approach to Iraqis was to treat them as "untermenschen", the Nazi term abhorrently used to describe Jews as "subhuman".”
“Here we are telling the world how free and democratic we are and yet we go to Africa, kidnap people, and force them to wait on us while treating these people abhorrently.”
“She described some James-controlled rooms which have since been cleaned as abhorrently dirty and disorganized, randomly stuffed with personal belongings, important Club documents, flea market trinkets and infested with vermin and insects.”
“I am abhorrently evil and I feed on misery and death This would have made EXCELLENT ammo against the inhuman, barbarian right-wing devils who eat babies.”
“In the UK, the word is condemnatory of any abhorrently vicious person, but that condemnation, as an action in and of itself, is not judged morally obscene.”
“Well, a witty book abhorrently drank amongst this convincing Maggie.”
“Though Georgia authorities did not file charges against Roethlisberger after the March 5 incident because they did not think they had enough evidence to convict, there was no question according to recently released police reports, that Big Ben behaved abhorrently, if not criminally.”
“Derisively fashionable and abhorrently offensive "Hitler" mustaches will be complimented by Cover Girl enhancements.”
“Back in the day, people had only one reason to produce offspring: To force them to do the abhorrently awful work no grown person would dare to.”
“A disfigurement is severe if a reasonable person viewing the plaintiff's face in its altered state would regard the condition as abhorrently distressing, highly objectionable, shocking or extremely unsightly.”
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