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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)

When the Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors met, the Tenth called the event by this name, to which the Twelfth Doctor pointed out its usage by Daleks and saying, "Nice." (COMIC: Four Doctors)

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)

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