Spanish translation of 'abhorrence'
- (= feeling)
⇒ violence fills me with abhorrence
aborrezco la violencia
⇒ to hold in abhorrence
- (= object)
Example Sentences Including 'abhorrence'
Suddenly I perceived him as Dutiful did, and realized that the Prince's abhorrence went past the man's physical deformity and mental limits.THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)
It was not so much the things she said as how she said them, with infinite contempt and abhorrence.A Death in the Family
I admired my fellow campers, I certainly shared their abhorrence of nuclear weapons, but I was not, essentially, a team player.C B Greenfield - A Little Madness
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Translation of abhorrence from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary