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used in Catch-22

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exceptionally bad or detestable
  • Nately was appalled and bewildered by the abominable old man's inability to perceive the enormity of his offence.
    Chapter 23 — Natley's Old Man (65% in)
  • When he went to bed alone, he dodged flak over Bologna again in a dream, with Aarfy hanging over his shoulder abominably in the plane with a bloated sordid leer.
    Chapter 16 — Luciana (91% in)
  • The chaplain glanced at the bridge table that served as his desk and saw only the abominable orange-red pear-shaped plum tomato he had obtained that same morning from Colonel Cathcart, still lying on its side where he had forgotten it like an indestructible and incamadine symbol of his own ineptitude.
    Chapter 25 — The Chaplain (46% in)

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