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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

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

Synonyms for hate

Synonyms for hate

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It was as well, he thought, that she knew little of him, as the less she knew the more he might learn from her as to her activities in behalf of the Germans and of the German spy system of which she was a representative; and so it occurred to him to let her continue to think that he was only what he appeared to be--a savage denizen of his savage jungle, a man of no race and no country, hating all white men impartially; and this in truth, was what she did think of him.
When he had explained his wishes to the chief, the latter, though at heart hating and fearing Muda Saffir, dared not refuse; but to a second proposition he offered strong opposition until the rajah threatened to wipe out his entire tribe should he not accede to his demands.
Men such as they must cleave only to the vile, hating all that is noblest and best.
You must have met thousands like him," she remarked,--"good-looking, very British, keen sportsman, lots of pluck, just a little careless, hating to talk about himself and serious things.
Aynesworth began by hating the whole business, but insensibly the fascination of it crept over him.
And then there was Freda, drowning herself in the running mush-ice because of some man on the other side of the world, and hating him, Daylight, because he had happened along and pulled her out of the mush-ice and back to life.
Jerry could no more tell him of Meringe, nor of the Arangi, than could he tell him of the great love he had borne Skipper, or of his reason for hating Bashti.
He learned, by bitter lessons, that he must follow Collins around; and follow him he did, hating him perpetually and in his own body slowly and subtly poisoning himself by the juices of his glands that did not secrete and flow in quite their normal way because of the pressure put upon them by his hatred.
Hating the unfortunate lad to the last, she cut him off with one hundred dollars.
Not only does Thomas Mugridge continue to hate me, but he has discovered a new reason for hating me.
I grew up hating everyone and thinking that because of my hatred I was an evil person who deserved everything that happened to me.