from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviated form of abominable.
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The wind begun to blow bominable cold, and the old bag kept turnin round and swingin so it made me sea-sick as the mischief.
"Begone! you bominable fool!" ses I, and I felt all over in spots, for I spected every minit he'd nip me, and what made it worse, I didn't know wharabouts he'd take hold.
My marster make me wicked; an 'I of'm thought how pepul can do such' bominable wicked things an 'dere conscience not burn dem.
Narrative of Sojourner Truth; a Bondswoman of Olden Time, Emancipated by the New York Legislature in the Early Part of the Present Century; with a History of Her Labors and Correspondence, Drawn from Her "Book of Life":
He didn't say a word of half-horses and half-alligators, nor of greased lightning, although he was from the West, but he did complain most bitterly of the uncommon smoothness of the roads in these parts, the short grass, and the 'bominable want of elbow-room all over the neighborhood.
If you tried the ah … bdi … bominable snow man, you'd indu … bdi … dably get a better, more caring and loving response …
'bominable wench, I'll have revenge out of your saffer'n hide.
This blood hath cleanfed many whofe hearts were filthy as the mire, and whofe lives fwarmed with the mod a - bominable lulls, fuch as the Corinthians, i Cor.vi. ii. and three thoufand of ihofe who bad embrued their hands in (bedding of it, Adls ii.