[They were feeling] humility, self-condemnation, self-abhorrence.
To say that poor Ebony was filled with horror, as well as shame and self-abhorrence, is but a feeble statement.
They looked inward with a self-abhorrence now inseparable from their existence.
They looked inward with a self-abhorrence, now inseparable from their existence.
He was aghast at himself and too full of self-abhorrence to do more than fight blindly away from what he could not but see.