Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • interjection Used to express impatient rejection or contempt.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • An exclamation expressing contempt, disgust, or incredulity.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • interjection An exclamation expressive of extreme contempt.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • interjection Expressing contempt, disgust, or bad temper.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Zabíbah is a preparation of hemp florets, opium and honey, much affected by the lower orders, whence the proverb: Temper thy sorrow with Zabibah.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Sing-woo-bah, is said to have been last seen abroad at Shanghai, on the night of the last full moon, looking over a wall seven feet six inches high.

    Echoes of the Week

  • The word for abomination here is tô ‛ êbah, which is not the word often used for ritual uncleanness, but is often used for sexual sin, in particular sexual sins and including sodomy.

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  • Ceremonial violations are stated to "be an abomination [sheqets] unto you" (Lv. 11: 10), male homosex is stated to be tô ‛ êbah itself (Lv. 18: 22), as other illicit sex sins are, (vs. 27,29,30), and contrary to prohomsex arguments concerning tô ‛ êbah, that is the word most translated as "abomination" to denote grave moral offenses of universal sins, and is rarely used for ceremonial offenses.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Ceremonial violations are stated to "be an abomination [sheqets] unto you" (Lv. 11: 10), male homosex is stated to be tô ‛ êbah itself (Lv. 18: 22), as other illicit sex sins are, (vs. 27,29,30), and contrary to prohomsex arguments concerning tô ‛ êbah, that is the word most translated as "abomination" to denote grave moral offenses of universal sins, and is rarely used for ceremonial offenses.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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  • Ceremonial violations are stated to "be an abomination [sheqets] unto you" (Lv. 11: 10), male homosex is stated to be tô ‛ êbah itself (Lv. 18: 22), as other illicit sex sins are, (vs. 27,29,30), and contrary to prohomsex arguments concerning tô ‛ êbah, that is the word most translated as "abomination" to denote grave moral offenses of universal sins, and is rarely used for ceremonial offenses.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Ceremonial violations are stated to "be an abomination [sheqets] unto you" (Lv. 11: 10), male homosex is stated to be tô ‛ êbah itself (Lv. 18: 22), as other illicit sex sins are, (vs. 27,29,30), and contrary to prohomsex arguments concerning tô ‛ êbah, that is the word most translated as "abomination" to denote grave moral offenses of universal sins, and is rarely used for ceremonial offenses.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Ceremonial violations are stated to "be an abomination [sheqets] unto you" (Lv. 11: 10), male homosex is stated to be tô ‛ êbah itself (Lv. 18: 22), as other illicit sex sins are, (vs. 27,29,30), and contrary to prohomsex arguments concerning tô ‛ êbah, that is the word most translated as "abomination" to denote grave moral offenses of universal sins, and is rarely used for ceremonial offenses.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Ceremonial violations are stated to "be an abomination [sheqets] unto you" (Lv. 11: 10), male homosex is stated to be tô ‛ êbah itself (Lv. 18: 22), as other illicit sex sins are, (vs. 27,29,30), and contrary to prohomsex arguments concerning tô ‛ êbah, that is the word most translated as "abomination" to denote grave moral offenses of universal sins, and is rarely used for ceremonial offenses.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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