Definition of abysmal in English:
1 informal Extremely bad; appalling: the quality of her work is abysmal
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- My summing up of her abysmal and shameful performance is written below.
- Since the demise of the Catch Me Com buses the No 4 Highercroft route has degenerated from poor to absolutely abysmal.
- I don't know, but I am sure that anonymity plays its part when these abysmal and frighteningly stupid people decide to view this stuff.
2 literary Very deep.
- Will computers close the final gap, and find in their own depths, abysmal or otherwise, an instinctual feel for the wrong move at the right time?
- He yawned widely; from the depths of the abysmal abyss stretching beyond his throat emerged his tongue.
- He wore a deep green robe and had the same black abysmal eyes as Mrs. Flockhart.
- Example sentences
- Apart from these abysmally claustrophobic compartments, there is a special pit reserved for two pythons, that lay entwined in extreme good natured camaraderie.
- Some people may treat this lightly but I think it is outrageous that a well known professional body has a so-called ethical counselling service that failed so abysmally.
- His words were not ‘taken out of context’, they were entirely irrelevant to the context, and abysmally stupid to boot.
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