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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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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.
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 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.
My fellow Big Bore loathers concocted similar posters featuring the other morons in this TV torture.
Garden loathers will be able to relax and read a selection of newspapers and magazine - none of them about gardening - while their partners shop.
ART lovers and loathers - decorate your lavatory seat with your favourite masterpiece.