For all his caustic polemics, Kristol had an abhorrence of finding himself in the minority.
Have I beheld sin with an abhorrence far greater than the delight it ever gave me?
There was accusation, denunciation, abhorrence in the cashier's gaze.
Let it not however be supposed that I endured it without repining and abhorrence.
They formed my character, and filled me with an abhorrence of evil-doers.
I laughed, but Mr. Desmond received the explanation solemnly, and expressed his abhorrence for “the weed.”
He took it and cast it back to me in abhorrence and contempt, with all the strength he could muster.
I used to express my abhorrence of it to a priest whom I met with.
And Plato might also have found that the intuition of evil may be consistent with the abhorrence of it.
Make it a Unit, on the other hand, and worship and abhorrence are equally one-sided and equally legitimate reactions.