He says it is abominable, and not like a gentleman.
"But I believe Casaubon was only jealous of him on Dorothea’s account, and the world will suppose that she gave him some reason; and that is what makes it so abominable—coupling her name with this young fellow’s."
It was an abominable thing that my grandmother should have been disinherited because she made what they called a mesalliance, though there was nothing to be said against her husband except that he was a Polish refugee who gave lessons for his bread.
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Said they ought to ban Fanny Crosby by church law and that Rock of Ages was an abomination unto the Lord.
Harper Lee -- Go Set a Watchman
Izzy’s bobbing next to me, wrapped in so many layers she looks like the abominable snowman.