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"What is a sentence for the word odious?"

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Now THERE's an odious example.


The odious worm sandwich was forced into her mouth.


Here is an example of a sentence that uses the word is "Odious" - I don't believe the gall of that odious man!The word Odious here means loathsome, hateful, a very strong dislike or feeling against another person or thing.


That racist comment upset many people and was odious.


I was very odious to that biy I was very odious to that biy


The smell of rotten eggs is odious. Who committed the odious crime? He had the odious task of cleaning the stable.


The odious coach was relieved of his duties.


Odious means, "deserving hatred". Therefore, one may use this word in a sentence like so: After walking by the dog that attacked a cat in our neighborhood, i felt pure odiousness towards it.


The definition of the word "odious" is basically "disgusting". It is commonly used as an adjective to describe a feeling. An example sentence: "I will not tolerate John's odious nose bubble blowing habit one more second". Synonyms of the word "odious" are: gross, nasty, repugnant, repulsive, awful, horrid, revolting and rancid. That is not an all inclusive list. A good desk Thesaurus can produce more.


I find the task punishing you most odious.


Nobody would like the odious task of cleaning out a toilet.


He had the odious task of cleaning out the horse stables.After the boy was killed, everyone wondered who could've committed such and odious crime.


I'm not sure, but I once said "I think that everyone finds me hateful" and was corrected with, "Do you mean, everyone finds you 'odious'?" Unfortunately, I did not ask for an explanation.


The word foul is an adjective. It means obscene or odious.


Something that is deserving of disgust, dislike and extreme displeasure.


Odious (adj.) : extremely unpleasant; repulsive; offensive


Frightful, disgusting. Odious is good - not as long but it sounds cool.


unpleasant, awkward, difficult; undesirable, unenviable; odious, hateful, detestable.


It was quite in iniquitous affair that their estate must be entailed in favour of an odious man


Yucky, abominable, detestable, loathsome, nauseating, odious, repugnant, vile,


An odious task is one that is deeply offensive and unpleasant, that you would really not want to have to do.


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You just used it in a sentence! 'What is a sentence for the word perjury?' is a sentence with the word perjury!


A good definition for the word "wane" is diminish. It can be used as a noun or a verb. It can mean to fall away, ebb and decline. According to an online dictionary it is an Old English word meaning deficient. it also can be used as in falling away from power. An example sentence is: "The sun's brilliance is waning as the storm approaches and brings dark, odious clouds".



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