use abominably in a sentence.
Gmail's facilities for building contact lists are still abominably poor.
On the plus side: someone who is both a) a productive engineer and b) not as abominably terrible at negotiating as the typical engineer will, two years out of this program, be able to lateral into an intermediate engineer position at their next company for a compensation package worth north of $150k.
The tech world created these shitty circumstances for women and this shitty little drama because we males in that world have behaved abominably.
This is not to say that the Finder doesn't have a huge number of faults, but copy/paste semantics--or worse, cut/paste semantics--are an abominably bad fit for file system manipulation.
This is reminiscent of New York's abominably badly-structured rent control system, which costs the vast majority of New Yorkers an immense amount in increased rent, and will probably never go away because there's a powerful asshole lobby that works overtime to keep it in place.