Abomination and Disgrace


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Abomination noun – Something or someone that is hated.
Disgrace and abomination are semantically related. in outrage topic. In some cases you can use "Disgrace" instead a noun "Abomination", when it comes to topics like atrocity.
Nearby Words: abominable, abominated
Synonyms for Abomination


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Disgrace noun – The state of having lost the esteem of others.
Abomination and disgrace are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Abomination" instead a noun "Disgrace".
Nearby Words: disgraceful, disgraced, disgracing
Synonyms for Disgrace

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complete complete abomination complete disgrace
big big abomination big disgrace
terrible terrible abomination terrible disgrace
possible possible abomination possible disgrace
Other adjectives: borderline.
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