queasy, foetid, lousy, nervous, wretched, rotten, noisome, nauseous, anxious, unsavory, odious, cheating, uneasy, fouled, severe, resistant, ill-scented, impish, pixilated, unworthy, foul-smelling, stinking, slimy, ugly, good, loathly, antipathetic, sickish, dysphemistic, filthy, afoul, disgusting, cruddy, funky, marked-up, violative, sickening, despisable, repellant, unsportsmanlike, fetid, worthless, nauseating, sick, nasty, detestable, obnoxious, puckish, infamous, yucky, unsavoury, shabby, skanky, prankish, dirty, unwholesome, implike, smelly, mischievous, distasteful, disgustful, unholy, unquiet, rebarbative, smutty, unsporting, arch, deplorable, abhorrent, repelling, nauseated
despicable (part of speech: adjective)
evil (part of speech: adjective)
disgraceful, offensive, sinful, repugnant, terrible, detrimental, calamitous, monstrous, revolting, abominable, sinister, foul, nefarious, evil, bad, repellent, damnable, repulsive, hideous, destructive, heinous, wicked, baneful, atrocious, reprehensible
- Says Wimpfeling, the first writer on the art of education in the modern world: " According to the loathsome doctrines of the new jurisconsults, the prince shall be everything in the land and the people naught. - "German Culture Past and Present", Ernest Belfort Bax.
- " Thee dost not know that it's loathsome. - "The Cricket", Marjorie Cooke.
- Disgust and horror were written on the face of the Hindu as he eyed the two loathsome objects, and he slipped further away moving up the room. - "The Outcaste", F. E. Penny.