Meaning of abhorrently in English:



See abhorrent

‘The scenes of appalling neglect we witnessed in these sheds were abhorrently cruel.’
  • ‘Those who vocalised their prejudices so abhorrently midweek did not speak for an entire country.’
  • ‘The decision to replace someone is often taken on the basis of acquaintanceship, on the principle of personal devotion or, more abhorrently, for money.’
  • ‘It was a decade when copious talk of universal human rights mingled abhorrently with the most brazen crimes against humanity.’
  • ‘It is not uncommon for the airline staff to treat him abhorrently.’