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odious
used in The Aeneid

3 uses
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Definition
extremely unpleasant, disgusting, dislikable, or worthy of hate
  • This said, within her anxious mind she weighs The means of cutting short her odious days.
    Book 4 (90% in)
  • Again the holy fires on altars burn; And once again the rav'nous birds return, Or from the dark recesses where they lie, Or from another quarter of the sky; With filthy claws their odious meal repeat, And mix their loathsome ordures with their meat.
    Book 3 (32% in)
  • Expel from Italy that odious name, And let not Juno suffer in her fame.
    Book 7 (42% in)

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