loathed


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A third week went by, and Martin loathed himself, and loathed life.
I shall always study my grammar lesson," I wrote--I, who loathed grammar with a deadly loathing.
At these moments I often endeavoured to put an end to the existence I loathed, and it required unceasing attendance and vigilance to restrain me from committing some dreadful act of violence.
Loved by some, loathed by others, many remain--formally crude, over-engineered and top heavy.
But people in radical right-wing organizations loathed me and my club.
His ascension marks a victory of sorts for the activists, who loathed ousted director Guerdon Stuckey for not doing enough to enact a ``no kill'' policy at city shelters.
If you were the US Government, you loathed smoking in 1964.
Loathed by many traditionalists, the canopy is often met with either vitriol or complete indifference by city centre shoppers.
And from that time on, I loathed an economic system that could put a huge part of its workforce on the streets with no compunction.
Lauded as a late 20th century taboo-bashing genius by some, and loathed as a puritanical body-fearing reactionary by others, Cronenberg's emergence is without parallel in this country.
Summary: Actress Reese Witherspoon has revealed that her most loathed household chore is washing the dishes.
I loathed Thatcherism and was a Labour supporter until the illegal war in Iraq.