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Synonyms for hate

detest

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dislike

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be unwilling

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  • 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

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I should hate it myself if I had to live in this room long.
He was in a bad temper, and now you've spoilt your visit; and he'll be flogged: I hate him to be flogged
It is my desire, Umslopogaas, that instead of hate Dingaan should give you love; instead of death, advancement; and that you shall grow great in his shadow.
and what peace can we return, But to our power hostility and hate, Untam'd reluctance, and revenge though slow, Yet ever plotting how the Conquerour least May reap his conquest, and may least rejoyce In doing what we most in suffering feel?
And so in course of time, the devil, who never sleeps and puts everything in confusion, contrived that the love the shepherd bore the shepherdess turned into hatred and ill-will, and the reason, according to evil tongues, was some little jealousy she caused him that crossed the line and trespassed on forbidden ground; and so much did the shepherd hate her from that time forward that, in order to escape from her, he determined to quit the country and go where he should never set eyes on her again.
doubt of everything that I even hate my son, and sometimes do not believe he is my son.
A thing had happened to him that made him hate life, and he hated it wholeheartedly, with the abandon of a poet.
I plainly see my miserable office, --to obey, rebelling; and worse yet, to hate with touch of pity
And then from hating "Hanson" he came to look upon himself with hate and loathing--to see himself and his perfidious act in all their contemptible hideousness.
I had begun to hate him particularly in the upper forms.
He beat his foot upon the ground, and scowled with hate at the swirling smoke that was approaching like a phan- tom flood.
I never meddle save with what concerns me, and I know how to make believe that I haven't seen what does not concern me; but I hate hypocrites, and among that number I place musketeers who are abbes and abbes who are musketeers; and," he added, turning to Porthos "here's a gentleman who's of the same opinion as myself.
I never knew it was possible to hate anyone as much as I hate him.
he thought, with that abhorrent hate with which young men regard those more advanced in life, who still think of love.
When they prayed for those who hate us, she tried to think of her enemies and people who hated her, in order to pray for them.