loathe


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Synonyms for loathe

hate

Synonyms

Synonyms for loathe

to regard with extreme dislike and hostility

Synonyms for loathe

find repugnant

References in classic literature ?
I was so afraid we'd have a green Christmas and I loathe them.
It makes me sometimes almost loathe young Englishmen of his class.
How Do I Loathe Thee (after "How Do I Love Thee" (Sonnet 43) by Elizabeth Barrett Browning) How do I loathe thee, Boss?
It's tough because a lot of clubs are everything I loathe, especially in LA.
LOATHE it or pretend to loathe it, you can''t ignore it - the X Factor is back with a choreographed, scripted and overproduced bang.
Whether you love her or loathe her, the UK is clearly divided down the middle over that between the industrial losers and service industry winners.
For those who loathe him, he is a dictator, Machiavellist and destroyer of independent media.
He said Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his predecessor Tony Blair were responsible and added: "I loathe them for it.
With the first five weeks of the MLS season in the books, it's an apt time to reflect on five things to love - and loathe - about the year so far:
I loathe any space that has a sign on it telling me who maintains it or which pot of money paid for the grass or the CCTV cameras and I loathe noticing the cameras.
Loathe him or hate him, you have to admire Fergie's longevity.
They are still refusing to talk to people they loathe.
LOVE him or loathe him, Michael O'Leary certainly adds colour to any debate.
Whether you loathe it or adore it, the genre of science fiction has one superlative quality that redeems decades of sometimes-awful writing: it stretches the reader's mind.
I hope you don't loathe the people as much as you do the name.