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Definition of "hating" []

  • To dislike (something) intensely; detest (verb)
  • To be unwilling (to be or do something) (verb)
  • Intense dislike (noun)
  • A person or thing that is hated (esp in the phrase pet hate) (noun)
  • Expressing or arousing feelings of hatred (noun)
  • Present participle of hate. (verb)

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Use "hating" in a sentence
  • "I love how the Sara Palin hating libs here always get their panties in a knot over any mention of Palin's name."
  • "You've gotten yourselves so lathered up about The Big Satan (anything touched by conservatives), but what you're hating is stuff out of a comic book, not accurately reflecting the complexities of what really happened."
  • "Then again hating "... all things Obama" is the reason for your pathetic existence."