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abominable (adj.)[いとうべき,忌まわしい;(人・行為・天気などが)実にいやな,不快な]

* ab- (分離/離脱) + omen (いやな前兆) + -able
* abominate (v): ひどく忌み嫌う,憎悪する;(〜が)大嫌いである
It follows that war is wrong, that a public school education is abominable, that the use of force is to be deprecated, and that in human relations one should penetrate to the core of loneliness in each person and speak to that.

The statesmen of fifty or sixty years ago were in many ways abominable, but they were not quite such humbugs as are a large proportion of their modern successors.

The food in this hotel is abominable.
 出典: Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, new ed.

The President described the killings as an abominable crime.
 出典: Collins COBUILD English Dictionary for Advanced Learners, new ed.