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abominable
used in Middlemarch

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Definition
exceptionally bad or detestable
  • He says it is abominable, and not like a gentleman.
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (58% in)
  • 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.
    Book 4 — Three Love Problems (41% in)
  • "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."
    Book 5 — The Dead Hand (53% in)

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