hate


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Synonyms for hate

detest

Synonyms

dislike

Synonyms

Antonyms

be unwilling

Synonyms

  • be unwilling
  • regret
  • be reluctant
  • hesitate
  • be sorry
  • be loath
  • H8
  • feel disinclined

pet hate

Synonyms

  • bugbear
  • bane of your life
  • pet aversion
  • thorn in your side

Synonyms for hate

Synonyms for hate

References in classic literature ?
By this time I think Jubal had gone mad with hate, for no sane man would have come back for more as many times as he did.
I am the daughter of a king, and furthermore, I hate you.
She might hate me, and revile me, and heap indignity after indignity upon me, as she already had, until I should have hated her; but the pitiful fact remained that I loved her, and I couldn't leave her there alone.
Coming from the brilliant light of the noonday sun into the semidarkness of the cave I could not see her features, and I was rather glad, for I disliked to think of the hate that I should have read there.
You might have known," she said, "when I did not run away from you that it was not hate which chained me to you.
I am not a spiteful man, I have never hated anyone, but I hate her with my whole soul, and I cannot even forgive her, because I hate her too much for all the wrong she has done me
Love those that hate you, but to love those one hates is impossible.
She must just hate and detest the whole set-out of us.
Almost 2,000 hate crimes were reported to Merseyside Police from 2014-15, ranking it among the top five worst forces.
The number of religiously motivated hate crimes recorded by Northumbria Police jumped from 20 in 2013-14 to 48 in 2014-15, according to statistics.
The number of hate crimes motivated by disability recorded by the four Welsh police forces jumped from 150 in 2013-14 to 202 in 2014-15.
17, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today announced the formation of a new campaign to improve legal response to hate crimes across the United States.
LAST week, the Department of Justice indicted Dylann Roof, the suspect in the shooting deaths of nine people in Charleston, South Carolina, for hate crimes.
According to Freedom of Information requests, the number of hate crimes recorded by the police force as either Islamophobic or that mention Muslim or Islam was nine in January 2015, up from four in January 2014 and none in January 2013.
According to Home Office figures there was a 27 per cent increase in hate crimes based on the victim's sexual orientation.