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Abomination was a term given to abhorrent beings and things.
The Fourth Doctor called both Styre (TV: The Sontaran Experiment) and the body Mehendri Solon made for Morbius an unspeakable abomination. (TV: The Brain of Morbius) The Fifth Doctor called Paul Webster's hypothetical Human-Ice Warrior hybrid an abomination. (AUDIO: Red Dawn) The Seventh Doctor called the Timewyrm an abomination, (PROSE: Timewyrm: Genesys) as did Saul. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation) He called both Phaedrus and the Hoothi an abomination. (PROSE: Love and War) He called Sheldukher a depraved abomination. (PROSE: The Highest Science) He described Japanese military scientist Ishii Shiro's research in Zhong Ma Fortress and Unit 731 as an abomination. (PROSE: Log 384) The Twelfth Doctor called the Morpheus pod an abomination. (TV: Sleep No More)
The Daleks frequently gave this appellation to beings they abhorred, including the Special Weapons Dalek, said to be insane; (PROSE: Remembrance of the Daleks) the Overseer due to his non-Dalek motives and his impurity to the Dalek Race, (AUDIO: Planet of the Ogrons) the Bad Wolf entity; (TV: The Parting of the Ways) Dalek Caan after he saw time itself; (TV: The Stolen Earth) and a Dalek mutant that had been genetically altered to be passive and benign. (COMIC: The Only Good Dalek)
Other beings and things called abominations included the Krynoid by Richard Dunbar, (TV: The Seeds of Doom) Sister Lamont's form by the Zygon Odda, which she was wearing at the time, (TV: Terror of the Zygons) the refinery on Delta III by Ranquin, (TV: The Power of Kroll) Arun by Tanyel, who did not believe the claim that the Panjistri were experimenting on the Kirithons, (PROSE: Timewyrm: Apocalypse) the Cell by Rosheen (PROSE: The Highest Science) and the Peking Homunculi by the Earl of Bute. (AUDIO: In the Year of the Cat)