Synonyms of 'abomination'
in the sense of animus
He displayed a thorough animus to the Western tradition.
in the sense of antipathy
a feeling of strong dislike or hostility
She'd often spoken of her antipathy towards London.
in the sense of atrocity
an act of extreme cruelty
Those who committed this atrocity should be punished.
in the sense of aversion
extreme dislike or disinclination
Many people have an aversion to insects.
in the sense of barbarism
the condition of being backward, coarse, or ignorant
Not the death penalty: barbarism must not be met with barbarism.
in the sense of bugbear
a thing that causes obsessive anxiety
Money is my biggest bugbear.
in the sense of bête noire
Our real bête noire is the car-boot sale.
in the sense of crime
an act prohibited and punished by law
He has committed no crime and poses no danger to the public.
in the sense of curse
something that causes great trouble or harm
She has worked hard to reverse the curse of racism.
Thesaurus for abomination from the Collins English Thesaurus