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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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Artist David Hockney has said he loathes the Labour Government for interfering in his life by introducing the smoking ban.
Still, love him or loathe him, you can at least rely on Michael for a good quote.
The name Tees Valley (mythical) makes me laugh, however, and I loathe it as much as you loathe the name Teesside.
v]: Seeing as how you loathe the whole feminine condition, however, it has seemed to me that your insult is particularly great because it is universal.
Like or loathe it, DRM has become a fact of life for those working in the digital entertainment industry: would-be service providers will get nowhere without an acceptable DRM solution and consumers are becoming increasingly intolerant of DRM implementations which are overly restrictive.
It's tough because a lot of clubs are everything I loathe, especially in LA.
I loathe going to Tesco in Prescot as much as I loathe going tomy local Tesco in Surrey Quays, but they seem to have bought into these areas to the detriment of the residents and anymeaningful competition.
But even that fan base could help elevate the relatively modest OLN's viewership, and sports parents of all stripes - not to mention those who loathe them - should be able to relate.
As a botanist, Heiser appreciates all plants--even those that most gardeners loathe.
There are clearly quite a large number of people in the news media who loathe Cherie Blair, loathe Tony Blair even more, loathe everything he stands for, and they would love to drive him out of public life through his family.
People who loathe the withering days of summer will get positively steamed at the results of a new meteorological study.
Much as the district may loathe standards and charters, both seem to be yielding real results for Los Angeles families.