odiousness

NOUN
  1. the quality of being offensive
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  • So in the wood and the hollows he hid a number of archers and spearmen, confident that the commodiousness of the place would allure the Romans. The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans
  • Indeed, the need in the business community for good and accurate information about the world situation is one of the reasons that, for all of the frequent odiousness of their editorial lines, papers like The Financial Times, the Economist, and the Wall Street Journal have very, very good reportorial divisions. Matthew Yglesias » Rove: Economy Will Get Better Soon
  • In particular, there are two whole islands that bear that name; both of which, beside the ruins which they exhibit, are distinguished among the group for their commodiousness, their pleasant appearance, and the productive richness of their soil, no less than for their retired situation.
  • But the commodiousness of the plain was not the only reason for making the selection.
  • Agricola by men of experience, that never had any captain more sagely chosen his stations for commodiousness and situation; for that no place of strength founded by him, was ever taken by violence, or abandoned upon articles or despair. The Reign of Tiberius, Out of the First Six Annals of Tacitus; With His Account of Germany, and Life of Agricola
  • The harbors are very marvels of commodiousness, that of Port Jackson, the entrance to Sydney, being fifteen miles long. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 15, No. 87, March, 1875
  • For odiousness, it somehow surpasses even this week's other Olympic-related news, that the government has forked out almost £750,000 on corporate hospitality tickets for the Games. The London 2012 Olympic torch relay is following a path that inflames | Marina Hyde
  • “The boundless extent of territory we possess, the wholesome temperament of our climate, the luxuriance and fertility of our soil, the variety of our products, the rapidity of the growth of our population, the industry of our countrymen, and the commodiousness of our ports” had caused “a jealousy of our dawning splendor.” Alexander Hamilton, American
  • An audit commission could examine public debt for its legality, legitimacy, odiousness and social sustainability, providing grounds for its cancellation. Democratic lessons on public debt from developing countries | Costas Lapavitsas
  • We had a pleasing conviction of the commodiousness of civilization, and heartily laughed at the ravings of those absurd visionaries who have attempted to persuade us of the superior advantages of a state of nature. Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides
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