Definition of Loathsomeness. Meaning of Loathsomeness. Synonyms of Loathsomeness

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Definition of Loathsomeness

Loathsomeness
Loathsome Loath"some, a. Fitted to cause loathing; exciting disgust; disgusting. The most loathsome and deadly forms of infection. --Macaulay. -- Loath"some*ly. adv. -- Loath"some*ness, n.

Meaning of Loathsomeness from wikipedia

- restored and released. In 1989, Shaffer wrote a script treatment for The Loathsome Lambton Worm, a direct sequel with fantasy elements. Hardy had no interest...
- detrimental to the moral fabric of America. [If he is deported] ... his loathsome pictures can be kept from before the eyes of the American youth. He should...
- uttering every foul word his foul mind could think of, and screaming the loathsome threats he afterwards with such cunning carried out". Queensberry only...
- How Loathsome is a series of goth, LGBT comics by Ted Naifeh and Tristan Crane. Originally published in 2003 in four separate issues, the series was released...
- Duchovny) hostage. Gilligan said the character had to be simultaneously loathsome and sympathetic, and that "Bryan alone was the only actor who could do...
- Disgust is an emotional response of rejection or revulsion to something potentially contagious or something considered offensive, distasteful, or unpleasant...
- characters encounter architecture which is "abnormal, non-Euclidean, and loathsomely redolent of spheres and dimensions apart from ours." Non-Euclidean geometry...
- that, in little more than a month, Pope Clement V died in torment of a loathsome disease thought to be lupus, and that in eight months Philip IV of France...
- Taylor's "characterization is at once sensual, spiteful, cynical, pitiable, loathsome, lustful, and tender", and Stanley Kauffmann of The New York Times stated...
- "Shegetz". Derived from the Hebrew root Shin-Qof-Tzadei (שקץ), meaning loathsome or abomination. Shine (U.S.) a black person (from shoeshiner). Shiptar...
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