abhorrent


abhorrent
отвратительный имя прилагательное:
отвратительный (disgusting, hideous, heinous, filthy, abominable, abhorrent)
ненавистный (hated, hateful, odious, abhorrent, accursed, invidious)
претящий (abhorrent)
мерзкий (nasty, filthy, lousy, detestable, blackguardly, abhorrent)
несовместимый (incompatible, inconsistent, irreconcilable, contradictory, incongruous, abhorrent)
вызывающий отвращение (abhorrent, disgusting, loathsome, loathful, repellent)
отвратный (disgusting, filthy, abominable, abhorrent)

Англо-русский синонимический словарь. 2014.

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  • Abhorrent — Ab*hor rent, a. [L. abhorens, rentis, p. pr. of abhorrere.] 1. Abhorring; detesting; having or showing abhorrence; loathing; hence, strongly opposed to; as, abhorrent thoughts. [1913 Webster] The persons most abhorrent from blood and treason.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • abhorrent — [ab hôr′ənt, ab här′ənt] adj. [L abhorrens, prp. of abhorrere, ABHOR] 1. causing disgust, hatred, etc.; detestable [an abhorrent crime] 2. feeling abhorrence 3. opposed or contrary (to) [abhorrent to his principles] SYN. HATEFUL abhorrently …   English World dictionary

  • abhorrent — index antipathetic (distasteful), bad (offensive), contemptible, heinous, loathsome, objectionable …   Law dictionary

  • abhorrent — (adj.) 1610s, in a position or condition to recoil, usually with from; from L. abhorentem (nom. abhorrens), prp. of abhorrere; see ABHOR (Cf. abhor). Meaning repugnant is from 1650s. Earlier was abhorrable (late 15c.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • abhorrent — 1 abominable, *hateful, detestable, odious Analogous words: *contemptible, despicable, scurvy: *execrable, damnable Antonyms: admirable: enjoyable Contrasted words: grateful, agreeable, pleasant, pleasing, gratifying, welcome: *delightful,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • abhorrent — [adj] disgusting despicable, detestable, execrable, loathsome, offensive, repulsive, revolting; concepts 485,548 …   New thesaurus

  • abhorrent — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ inspiring disgust and loathing. DERIVATIVES abhorrence noun …   English terms dictionary

  • abhorrent — /əbˈhɒrənt / (say uhb horuhnt), /əˈbɒrənt/ (say uh boruhnt) adjective 1. exciting horror; detestable: *abhorrent to him was the pious Christian s self abasement: the folded hands, the downcast eyes –henry handel richardson, 1929. –phrase 2.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • abhorrent — abhorrently, adv. /ab hawr euhnt, hor /, adj. 1. causing repugnance; detestable; loathsome: an abhorrent deed. 2. utterly opposed, or contrary, or in conflict (usually fol. by to): abhorrent to reason. 3. feeling extreme repugnance or aversion… …   Universalium

  • abhorrent — adj. (formal) abhorrent to (his behavior was abhorrent to everyone) * * * [əb (h)ɒrənt] (formal) abhorrent to (his behavior was abhorrent to everyone) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • abhorrent — adjective Etymology: Latin abhorrent , abhorrens, present participle of abhorrēre Date: 1599 1. a. archaic strongly opposed b. feeling or showing abhorrence 2. not …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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