abomination /əbɒmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

a

I. noun

1. a thing that causes disgust or loathing

concrete abominations masquerading as hotels.
2. a feeling of hatred

a Calvinist abomination of indulgence.
– origin Middle English: from Latin abominatio(n-), from the verb abominari (see abominate).

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