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Synonyms for loathe



Synonyms for loathe

to regard with extreme dislike and hostility

Synonyms for loathe

find repugnant

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"It's tough because a lot of clubs are everything I loathe, especially in LA.
Summary: Artist David Hockney has said he loathes the Labour Government for introducing the smoking ban.
After forty years of marriage, a husband loathes his wife more and more.
He is a decent man carrying a load of family guilt and conflicted about his father, whom he loathes but feels he should try to love somehow.
I am happy to read that Charles Kaiser is alive and well and living in Paris, where he can proclaim how much he loathes the president [Last Word, April 1].
McConnell loathes that principle so much that in 1995 he actually drafted a substitute for the First Amendment.
"She loathes the fact that she cannot move around and, being confined to her bed, she refuses to allow any of her circle to see her.