Abomination Definition

ə-bŏmə-nāshən
abominations
noun
abominations
An abominating; great hatred and disgust; loathing.
Webster's New World
A cause of abhorrence or disgust.
American Heritage
Anything hateful and disgusting.
Webster's New World
Abomination is defined as something or someone that is hated.
An example of abomination is a serial killer.
YourDictionary

An abominable act; a disgusting vice; a despicable habit. [First attested around 1150 to 1350.]

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Other Word Forms of Abomination

Noun

Singular:
abomination
Plural:
abominations

Origin of Abomination

  • First attested around 1350. From Middle English abominacioun, from Middle French abomination (“horror, disgust”), from Late Latin abōminātiō (“abomination”); ab (“away from”) + ōminārī (“prophesy, foreboding”), from ōmin (“omen”).

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