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loathe

verb abhor, be repulsed by, detest, dislike, dislike intensely, harbor hostility toward, harbor ill will tooard, hate, have a strong distaste toward, have animus tooard, have antagonism toward, have antipathy toward, have aversion to, have enmity toward, have ill feeling tooard, have malevolence toward, possess hostility toward
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The main prizes include tickets to five 2001 European football finals for footy lovers or 18,000 [pounds sterling] cash for loathers.
They spoke for the first time in an exclusive interview yesterday as they prepare to wow their lovers and loathers on the biggest show on telly.
Lager loathers are missing one of the greatest beers available to Man.
WB: Thanks Dave, but I'm afraid this column will end on May 24 when I hang up my pen for a while, so all lovers and loathers of my work have just two weeks to get it off your chests.
Lovers of the sun-drenched summer anthem will revel in the fact that it's got feel-good sounds stamped throughout it, whereas loathers will reel in horror at Twista's sample of Bill Withers classic, Lovely Day.
The Impreza was never the most attractive car on the road and the new look, I'm sure, will have its own set of lovers and loathers.
Loathers of the epic genre should not dismiss La Cava out of hand, but it only aspires to the mantle of Notre Dame de Paris for now.
EVEN die-hard loathers of Man United, whose dartboards have been obscured for decades by pictures of their players, were starting to warm to them.
The silent loathers, who get round your house in 12 minutes, will ask for a second viewing.
My fellow Big Bore loathers concocted similar posters featuring the other morons in this TV torture.
At first glance, there seemed to be little more to add to the series that had split the nation between lovers and loathers of the demon clampers.