1. in an offensive and hateful manner
    I don't know anyone who could have behaved so abominably
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How To Use odiously In A Sentence

  • The two ends put together form one constant table for everything, and the centre piece stands exceedingly well under the glass, and holds a great deal most commodiously.
  • It was one of the broadest prairies of the West, where no human habitation would be endangered by the flames, and where a vast assemblage of spectators might commodiously admire the show.
  • For my own part, however, I cannot but wonder, since he had divined and predicted that heterogeneous matter could be discharged by the course he indicates, why he could not or would not perceive, and inform us that, in the natural state of things, the blood might be commodiously transferred from the lungs to the left ventricle of the heart by the very same route. On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals
  • At Chatsworth, I met young Mr. Burke, who led me very commodiously into conversation with the Duke and Duchess. The Life of Samuel Johnson LL.D.
  • It was chance, acting through the impulses of the War Office, which caused little Laurence to see the light on Irish soil; but though he was born in the melodiously named Valley of Honey, there was little of honeyed sweetness, and much bitterness as of gall and coloquintida, in his early boyhood. A History of the Four Georges, Volume II (of 4)
  • When the first course was taken off, the females melodiously sung us an epode in the praise of the sacrosanct decretals; and then the second course being served up, Homenas, joyful and cheery, said to one of the she-butlers, Light here, Clerica. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • But it is certainly mysterious and incongruous that blood should be supposed to be most commodiously drawn through a set of obscure or invisible ducts, and air through perfectly open passages, at one and the same moment. On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals
  • she sang melodiously
  • A feluca is large enough to take in a post-chaise; and there is a tilt over the stern sheets, where the passengers sit, to protect them from the rain: between the seats one person may lie commodiously upon a mattress, which is commonly supplied by the patron. Travels through France and Italy
  • In so great a siccity of devotion as we see in these days, we have a thousand and a thousand colleges that pass it over commodiously enough, expecting every day their dinner from the liberality of Heaven. The Essays of Montaigne — Volume 07
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