hate


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He loves me very dearly, and hates to have me sick.
The best way to enjoy yourself is to do what is right and hate nobody.
I hate you," was her only reply; but I imagined that there was less vehemence in it than before--yet it might have been but my imagination.
I am not your mate, and again I tell you that I hate you, and that I should be glad if I never saw you again.
Oh, you'll agree with me now that I AM a hateful beast--to hate another woman just because she was happy,--and when her happiness didn't take anything from me
For I had come to see a malignant devil in him which impelled him to hate all the world.
Not only does Thomas Mugridge continue to hate me, but he has discovered a new reason for hating me.
For rather will I have noise and thunders and tempest-blasts, than this discreet, doubting cat-repose; and also amongst men do I hate most of all the soft-treaders, and half-and-half ones, and the doubting, hesitating, passing clouds.
doubt of everything that I even hate my son, and sometimes do not believe he is my son.
All men hate the wretched; how, then, must I be hated, who am miserable beyond all living things
I, hate it altogether, and I hate everybody except you,' said the unnatural young Thomas Gradgrind in the hair-cutting chamber at twilight.
He's a lazy sort of chap, hates work, and I guess he only got the job because his uncle had got a lot of shares in the business.