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Definition of "abhorrently" [ab•hor•rent•ly]

  • With abhorrence. (adverb)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "abhorrently" in a sentence
  • "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"."
  • "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."
  • "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."