Synonyms for Abominable:


all (adjective)
detestable, odious, execrable.
awful, detestable (adjective)
hateful, obnoxious, disgusting, offensive, reprehensible, lousy, repugnant, revolting, odious, terrible, foul, nauseating, rotten, despicable, heinous, repellent, awful, loathsome, contemptible, atrocious, repulsive, bad.
evil (adjective)
evil, damnable, destructive, sinister, atrocious, offensive, loathsome, foul, terrible, heinous, bad, repellent, repulsive, baneful, wicked, hideous, monstrous, repugnant, revolting, detrimental, sinful, nefarious, calamitous, disgraceful, reprehensible.
hateful (adjective)
offensive (adjective)
nauseating, study atoffensive.
unspeakable (adjective)
wicked (adjective)


beastly (adverb)


abominable (noun)
detestable, execrable, dreadful, awful, terrible, painful, atrocious, unspeakable, odious, hateful, bad.

Other synonyms:

Despisable. contemptible, lousy, despicable, obnoxious. antipathetic, infamous, disgusting, shabby. filthy. low. rotten. Other relevant words:
antipathetic, Despisable, contemptible, low, disgusting, execrable, detestable, awful, lousy, atrocious, nauseating, odious, obnoxious, mean, dreadful, unspeakable, shabby, infamous, hateful, despicable, painful, filthy, rotten.

Usage examples for abominable

  1. And there is only one man who could have seen and heard enough to carry out this abominable plot- Mactavish!" – The Beckoning Hand and Other Stories The Beckoning Hand--Lucretia--The Third Time--The Gold Wulfric--My Uncle's Will--The Two Carnegies--Olga Davidoff's Husband--John Cann's Treasure--Isaline and I--Professor Milliter's Dilemma--In Strict Confidence--The by Grant Allen
  2. A cruel, abominable lie! – God's Good Man by Marie Corelli
  3. It's abominable how much he has. – Lady Rose's Daughter by Mrs. Humphry Ward