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Now, this was abominably impertinent, and she ought to have been furious.
I know,' he said, 'it was abominably rude of me to stare like that; but--'
They spell it so abominably that no man can teach himself what it sounds like.
I was short and abominably dressed, and stood and stared in her face and never said a word, because I was shy, like an ass
You did not write it yourself but translated it, and translated it abominably, because you don't even know French, you fool.
I shook him by the hand, but by this time he was haw-haw-hawing so abominably that a disgust of him swelled up within me, and with it a passionate desire to jeer once more at Mary A--
My father may have been very foolish - I suppose he was really worse than foolish - but I think that he was most abominably and shamefully treated, and so long as I live I shall never forgive those who were responsible for it.
He had insulted Judge Blount, treated him abominably, and Judge Blount, meeting him on the street, invited him to dinner.
He was himself well frosted, and the cold bit abominably into his shoulder wounded by the leopard; but a better constitution and better general care of him enabled him to survive.
In the first place, his handwriting was so abominably bad that she was obliged to guess at his meaning.
A number of the labor leaders had been executed; many others had been sentenced to prison, while thousands of the rank and file of the strikers had been herded into bull-pens** and abominably treated by the soldiers.
Lynde says that all play-acting is abominably wicked.