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odious
used in Wuthering Heights

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Definition
extremely unpleasant, disgusting, or dislikable
  • I'd rather sit with Hindley, and hear his awful talk, than with "t' little maister" and his staunch supporter, that odious old man!
    Chapter 17 (25% in)
  • I hate him! indeed, I hate them all: they are odious beings.'
    Chapter 23 (21% in)
  • I heard a malignant, crackly laugh by the fire, and turning, beheld that odious Joseph standing rubbing his bony hands, and quivering.
    Chapter 24 (58% in)

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