abhorrence (Meaning)

Wordnet

abhorrence (n)

hate coupled with disgust

Webster

abhorrence (n.)

Extreme hatred or detestation; the feeling of utter dislike.

abhorrence Sentence Examples

  1. The artist expressed her abhorrence for war through a powerful and thought-provoking sculpture.
  2. The public's abhorrence of corruption led to widespread protests against the government.
  3. The humanitarian worker felt a deep abhorrence for any form of injustice and dedicated her life to fighting against it.
  4. The speaker's abhorrence for discrimination resonated with the audience, sparking a call for change.
  5. In the aftermath of the scandal, there was a collective abhorrence towards unethical business practices.
  6. The environmentalist's abhorrence of pollution drove him to lead campaigns for cleaner and sustainable practices.
  7. The writer's novels often explored themes of societal abhorrence for unconventional ideas.
  8. The community united in their abhorrence of violence, organizing peace rallies and anti-violence initiatives.
  9. The teacher expressed her abhorrence for cheating and emphasized the importance of academic integrity.
  10. The diplomat's abhorrence of human rights violations led her to advocate for international intervention in conflict zones.

FAQs About the word abhorrence

hate coupled with disgustExtreme hatred or detestation; the feeling of utter dislike.

phobia, antipathy, hate, abomination, execration, aversion, adversary,bête noire, enemy,detestation

beloved,love, love, beloved, sweetheart, dear, pleasure, enjoyment, favorite, pleasure

The artist expressed her abhorrence for war through a powerful and thought-provoking sculpture.

The public's abhorrence of corruption led to widespread protests against the government.

The humanitarian worker felt a deep abhorrence for any form of injustice and dedicated her life to fighting against it.

The speaker's abhorrence for discrimination resonated with the audience, sparking a call for change.