(1) The painter Cavaradossi and his comrades struggle against the Roman police state run by the odious Baron Scarpia.(2) They're odious enough on their own without asking whom she woke up with.(3) Last Thursday, the odious Shepherd announced that the Newcastle job was one of the ├ö├ç├┐top eight├ö├ç├û in the world.(4) This carping is an odious theme we hear constantly from Angela.(5) In their country, in their family, they will be able to find a normal life, to leave the odious control to which they are subjected.(6) Ireland's wildlife is too precious to be destroyed by those who are nothing less than odious countryside terrorists.(7) They stepped through the low front door and found that inside the house was as vile, odious and squalid as its owner.(8) The only other notable performance might be Gordon Tanner's stellar turn as the thoroughly odious Bruce.(9) It's not about protecting people from themselves, as odious as even that is.(10) One result of last night's odious affair is certain to be earlier kick-offs for future fixtures between Rangers and Aberdeen.(11) But then I remember that their agendas are sometimes odious and even dangerous.(12) Comparisons between San Gimignano and New York are not odious .(13) I have to engage the passions of others by painting him as vicious or odious or depraved: hateful in general.(14) It is precisely in such periods that the lies of the state assume an ever more blatant and odious character.(15) At the same time, the odious extremism at the other end of the spectrum, in the shape of the BNP vote elsewhere, has also strengthened.(16) We have supported odious men in the name of containing our enemies.