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odious
used in Northanger Abbey

4 uses
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Definition
extremely unpleasant, disgusting, dislikable, or worthy of hate
  • Do you know, there are two odious young men who have been staring at me this half hour.
    Chapter 6 (82% in)
  • "Oh, these odious gigs!" said Isabella, looking up.
    Chapter 7 (8% in)
  • She was so amazingly tired, and it was so odious to parade about the pump-room; and if she moved from her seat she should miss her sisters; she was expecting her sisters every moment; so that her dearest Catherine must excuse her, and must sit quietly down again.
    Chapter 18 (82% in)
  • His cruelty to such a charming woman made him odious to her.
    Chapter 22 (95% in)

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