Definition of Abhorring:
- "The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne", William J. Locke.
The spectral lands of time, the eternal torrent pouring Of dark and light around us, who fear both dark and light; And grief that wails in rhyme, and flesh the soul abhorring, And dismal pantomine played on a stage moon- bright; Why should such things as these assail her happy meadow, Creep on the court of children, come crying through the shine?- "Perpetual Light", William Rose Benet.
" This unparalleled hellish treachery and anti- christian perfidy more to be detested than any heathenish inhumanity," a contemporary wrote, " cannot but stink most abominably in the nosetrils of as many Indians, as shall be infested with the least scent of it, even to their perpetual abhorring and abandoning of the very sight and name of an English man, till some new generation of a better extract shall be transplanted among them!"- "Virginia Under Charles I And Cromwell, 1625-1660", Wilcomb E. Washburn.