(1) Previously, I've found him to be a fairly loathsome figure, the epitome of all that is rotten about the role of the spin doctor in modern politics.(2) If her perfectly ordinary physical activities are disgusting, her female body is loathsome .(3) It was loathsome , it was disgusting, and it was a feeling that Laurel had never experienced.(4) Faced with this loathsome infestation, I realised the world needed to hear a different kind of voice - the dour voice of Calvinism.(5) But I never did find out what anyone found in her that was so loathsome .(6) Not a great surprise, and in all possibility a victory for freedom of speech, even if his comments were utterly offensive and loathsome .(7) The rest of the morning he flapped from nest to pole to river and back again, trying to rid himself of what was now a loathsome burden.(8) As the heavy door fell into place he felt thud after thud after sickening thud as the loathsome creatures outside crashed into the building.(9) Of course, not all unnamed sources in newspaper stories are loathsome or immediately suspect.(10) We punish because the criminal act was loathsome and the criminal himself hateful.(11) We are simply asked to contemplate the appalling act and the nightmare that one loathsome human being can inflict on an innocent bystander.(12) He's a considerably despicable anti-hero, and a more loathsome character is scarcely imaginable.(13) I find the notion of the proposed boycott loathsome and frightening.(14) This sappy, sentimental, self-congratulatory awards show sums up much that's loathsome about America.(15) On this bill, the governor's was the kind of calculation that makes him so distinctly loathsome a character.(16) In any circumstances, such an attack would be loathsome .