Hatred, dislike, repugnance, blame, the state of being hateful, disprepute, disgrace.
Nay, in order to cast an odium upon the new government of the United States, he insinuates, that his arrest was purposely protracted 'till the ratification of nine states had given stability to that system': a falsehood, as unwarrantable as it is insidious; for, it will be proved that this delay took place at his own request, communicated by Col. Proctor.
U.S. Supreme Court, RESPUBLICA v. OSWALD, 1 U.S. 319 (1788), July 1788. US Supreme Court
The bosses, who face an investigation, are the objects of such odium that few would mourn if they were boiled with their own puddings, in accordance with the old Scrooge recipe, and buried with a stake of holly through their hearts.