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treated with contempt

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For this reason, principally, the two gentlemen concurred, as we have seen above, in their opinion concerning the two lads; this being, indeed, almost the only instance of their concurring on any point; for, beside the difference of their principles, they had both long ago strongly suspected each other's design, and hated one another with no little degree of inveteracy.
Mrs Blifil (as, perhaps, the reader may have formerly guessed) was not over and above pleased with the behaviour of her husband; nay, to be honest, she absolutely hated him, till his death at last a little reconciled him to her affections.
It makes him hated above all things, as I have said, to be rapacious, and to be a violator of the property and women of his subjects, from both of which he must abstain.
But concerning his subjects, when affairs outside are disturbed he has only to fear that they will conspire secretly, from which a prince can easily secure himself by avoiding being hated and despised, and by keeping the people satisfied with him, which it is most necessary for him to accomplish, as I said above at length.
And as he said, it seemed God hated him too much to let him die, for he ultimately grew better and waxed more malignant than ever.
Here he saw a method of revenging himself upon his hated Bwana and at the same time of escaping the wrath of the Big Bwana whom all were positive would first follow after the northerly safari.
He had no desire to follow this strange white man who was afraid at night; he had less to remain at the tender mercies of the Big Bwana's lusty warriors, between whom and his people there was long-standing blood feud; and he was more than delighted, into the bargain, for a legitimate excuse for deserting his much hated Swede master.
I had hated him, however, even in the lower forms, just because he was a pretty and playful boy.
I hated them from the first, and shut myself away from everyone in timid, wounded and disproportionate pride.
Well, it was only now and then you hated me, Leslie.
Perhaps she hated Strickland still, but she hungered for him, and everything that had made up her life till then became of no account.
A thing had happened to him that made him hate life, and he hated it wholeheartedly, with the abandon of a poet.
And what have I hated more than passing clouds, and whatever tainteth thee?
She did not cry, but she lay and hated the sound of the heavily beating rain, she hated the wind and its "wuthering.
He hated Rose now, he wanted to hurt him, he thought of biting things he might have said to him.