Oraciones con la palabra "detestable"

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Detestable en una oración (en ingles)

The most detestable of all.
Abominable: That which is filthy; detestable.
I think preying on other people is detestable.
He flung my hand away as though it were a detestable fly.
It's just detestable! They seem to have forgotten the Lord.
For, he said, there is nothing so detestable as London in May.
Oh, what a detestable crew they are, these mercenary speculators!.
It has become the intoxicated slave of its own detestable ingenuity.
The manner in which they refer to ME, is detestable and it must stop.
To complete the unpleasantness of his position the weather was detestable.
Why was Molech detestable? He required that you offer your firstborn child.
The paper? That new, detestable paper, which might deprive her of everything.
Oh, he was detestable! She swung round on her heel and marched into the house.
He was absolutely, on this occasion, a living, detestable, dangerous presence.
He only looked at him, and quietly smiled his detestable cunning smile in the other's face.
Petersburg were detestable; and that he would be glad to know if I was in want of anything.
You read in the Old Testament that Israel is told to not offer to the detestable god Molech.
The universal response was, that the fare was detestable, and that they wanted to be set free.
The consciousness of her detestable power was noticeable in her face and the whole of her figure.
As it was, he took her words for a covert judgment, and was certain that she thought his sketch detestable.
I went to school with him--he was a Glen boy, you know--and he was a most detestable little prig even then.
The detestable maxim, Live on the enemy! produced this leprosy, which a strict discipline alone could heal.
Accursed: Doomed to destruction and misery; separated from the faithful; detestable; having the stain of sin.
You wouldn't think that I should cry at anything Joseph could say; but he and Hareton are detestable companions.
You wouldn’t think that I should cry at anything Joseph could say; but he and Hareton are detestable companions.
My people find slavery detestable, but I refuse to think poorly of good Pjodarr and his master until they give me reason.
A mercenary soldier was disgusting to our senses; was odious and detestable to the eye of reason, republicanism and religion.
And the more detestable his actions are to the citizens the more satellites and the greater devotion in them will he require?
Rituals of the Baal involved detestable practices, including prostitution, homosexual acts, and the human sacrifice of children.
It had glistened with blubber as it ran off, oozing into the red, the oiliness of it greasing the chin and chest of the detestable man.
John Lateran, and Peppino, called Rocca Priori, convicted of complicity with the detestable bandit Luigi Vampa, and the men of his band.
Yes, they have pointed the finger at all these perverse doctrines and are unsettled by all these detestable traditions, for they are The Called Out.
My reason is now free and clear, rid of the dark shadows of ignorance that my unhappy constant study of those detestable books of chivalry cast over it.
Wellington, oddly ungrateful, declares in a letter to Lord Bathurst, that his army, the army which fought on the 18th of June, 1815, was a detestable army.
No, sir, I never will consent to rush into the polluted, detestable, distempered embraces of the whore of England, nor truckle at the footstool of the Gallic Emperor.
Epanchin was to find the prince surrounded by a whole assembly of other guests—not to mention the fact that some of those present were particularly detestable in her eyes.
It was not for conquest, or for redress of inquiry, but to impose a Government on France, which she refused to receive; an object so detestable, that an avowal dare not be made.
So far as institution and formation with relation to man are concerned, monasteries, which were good in the tenth century, questionable in the fifteenth, are detestable in the nineteenth.
I hated him, I feared him, he was a stranger to me; nevertheless, at this moment, how powerfully the emotion and passion of this detestable man, this stranger, was re-echoing within me!.
At what cost had she poured out her detestable story? The degradation which had been harboured in her soul like a sunken vessel and with a great tug at its lashings raised from the murky depths.

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