Synonym: abhorrence, abomination, detestation, execration, loathing. Similar words: sodium, medium, tedium, stadium, compendium, odious, zodiac, bodily. Meaning: ['əʊdɪəm] n. 1. state of disgrace resulting from detestable behavior 2. hate coupled with disgust.
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1. Her manner acquired her universal odium.
2. Internationally Reagan attracted odium for his militarism.
3. The complainant has been exposed to public odium, scandal and contempt.
4. He incurred the odium of everyone by sacking the old caretaker.
5. But he felt keenly the odium of his position.
6. Increasingly and unintentionally, the papacy assumed the odium of tax gatherer on behalf of the king.
7. As is often the case, the principal odium falls on an innocent party.
8. Hitler had the odium of wrecking Europe.
9. Princess felt a deeply odium for jaguar knight.
10. There is, of course, the odium theologicum, and it can be a cause of enmity.
11. Given the odium already heaped on, for example football referees such as Sweden's Anders Frisk, it's a reasonable question.
12. And as the small space the Odium has, it will very crowd for chorus and bands playing together on the stage.
13. Peel thick 0.5 centimeters, absolutely resistance (odium) strong sex, suitable for long-distance transportation, suitable for matured planting.
14. This leaves the fruit susceptible to powdery mildew (odium), bunch rot, berry cracking and excessive juicing at harvest.
15. But such men neither exercised the extreme severity, nor attracted the bitter odium, of Passelewe and Langley.
16. It would hinder persons of ill fame acting in the business from whose ill conduct the public odium had arisen.
17. Manchester United Captain Roy Keane admitted he deliberately set out to injure Manchester City midfielder Haaland in his autobiography . He earned widespread public contempt and odium.
18. Reimposing central control at a time when bills are rising to pay for new power stations and other infrastructure risks attracting the odium of a hard-pressed public.
19. Their former colleagues, led by the Prime Minister and the other party leaders, turned on them,(Sentence dictionary) accusing them of bringing more odium down on the political system.
20. And acting as agent operation " demon " while, netease has been being developed " boast swims on the west " , this game is pushed to odium is like tide after the market.
21. Never before or after did the names Republican and Scallawag carry such odium , for now the corruption of the Carpet bag regime was at its height.
22. As the development of cities, the surround environment isn't in harmony with the Shanghai odium.
23. It was his lot to taste the bitterness of popular odium"."
24. Every one is to be accountable for his own actions, and no man is to be laid under a suspicion or odium for the fault of another.
More similar words: sodium, medium, tedium, stadium, compendium, odious, zodiac, bodily, bodied, modify, cranium, encomium, modicum, triumph, premium, commodity, prodigal, aluminium, opprobrium, methodical, incommodious, embodiment, auditorium, equilibrium, planetarium, spasmodically, biodiversity.