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Definition of "loathe" []

  • To dislike (someone or something) greatly; abhor. (verb-transitive)
  • To feel strong hatred or disgust for (verb)

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Use "loathe" in a sentence
  • "Jesus do I loathe it, I am all up for discussions on plots character development, the reasons behind the motives of the character, things that influenced the film or if the film is some sort of fable or allegory, but I friggin loathe how people can analyze great pieces of art, to smithereens."
  • "Yeah you probably right, but the hypocrisy and deceit of the Republicans which Americans loathe is simply unmatched!"
  • "The only POV I loathe is the first person that switches narrators."