1. causing repugnance; detestable; loathsome: an abhorrent deed.
2. utterly opposed, or contrary, or in conflict (usually followed by to): abhorrent to reason.
3. feeling extreme repugnance or aversion (usually followed by of): abhorrent of waste.
4. remote in character (usually followed by from): abhorrent from the principles of law.
"ideas can be abhorrent to societies."
"ideas can be abhorrent to people."
"thoughts can be abhorrent to people."
"returns can be abhorrent to masses."
"promiscuities can be abhorrent to juries."
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