Hate synonyms

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The definition of hostility is an unfriendly or warlike feeling.
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The definition of loathing is a feeling of intense dislike or hatred.
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To regard with horror or detestation; to shrink back with shuddering from; to feel excessive repugnance toward; to detest to extremity; to loathe. [First attested from around (1350 to 1470).]
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Behavior exhibiting a hostile attitude.
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To scorn is to express a feeling of contempt or disgust for something.
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Rancor is a bitter and long lasting hatred.
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To criticize or speak out against (someone or something); to point out as deserving of reprehension or punishment, etc.; to openly accuse or condemn in a threatening manner; to invoke censure upon; to stigmatize; to blame.
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An intense or definite dislike; antipathy; repugnance
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A detested person or thing
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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To regard with dislike or repugnance
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The bitter attitude or feelings of an enemy or of mutual enemies; hostility; antagonism
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Contrariety or opposition in feeling; settled aversion or dislike; repugnance; distaste.
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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To keep away from (something harmful or disliked); shun; avoid; abstain from
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Ill-disposed attitude; grudge; dislike.
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To detest
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A feeling of devotion or adoration toward God or a god.
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A sensation that rankles.
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The Nato reporting name of the R-1 ballistic missile built by the Soviet Union.
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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An imaginary creature meant to inspire fear in children.
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To detest
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A chance to retaliate or get satisfaction, as by a return match after a defeat
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The quality of being very harmful or dangerous; malignancy
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Violent hatred leading to active opposition; active enmity; energetic dislike.
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To feel intense dislike, disgust, or hatred for; abhor; detest
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To detest
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To harshly mock; ridicule.
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A feeling of repugnance or loathing.
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(Archaic) To invoke a curse on.
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To speak or shout a vulgar curse or epithet.
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To reject something by pushing it away with the foot.
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To speak of in a slighting or disrespectful way.
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To feel indignantly aggrieved at.
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To detest
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To slow down or otherwise reduce the success of (a chemical process or pathway):
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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To object to; dislike:
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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To voice opposition; object:
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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The definition of hatred is a feeling of intense dislike.
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Active ill will; desire to harm another or to do mischief; spite
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Causing repugnance; distasteful; offensive; disagreeable
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An object of extreme dislike
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(Idiomatic) To be very angry at; to have a grudge against; to have little tolerance for.
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To refuse to give sufficient parental affection or care to (a child or young animal).
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To detest
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To have a low esteem for someone, to look down upon someone, to hold someone in contempt
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To detest
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To detest
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Alternative form of look down on.
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To dislike; to disapprove of; to have aversion to. [from 13th c.]
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To detest
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To rebel is to go against authority.
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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To annul, cancel, make void, or nullify for some legal reason a transaction to which one is a party or owes an obligation. For example, a child who is under the age of capacity may disavow a contract and avoid her obligations under it because she lacks the legal capacity to enter into a contract. See also annul, voidable, and ratify.
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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(Intransitive) To stop or pause respecting decision or action; to be in suspense or uncertainty as to a determination.
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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To draw back in fear, cringe, back down
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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To defame; to criticize.
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(Idiomatic, usually followed by at) To regard as inferior or distasteful; to hold in contempt.
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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To make easier; help; assist
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Jeremy Taylor
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The definition of abhorrent is something that is disgusting or hated.
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Worthy of, or causing, abhorrence, as a thing of evil omen; odious in the utmost degree; very hateful; detestable; loathsome; execrable. [first attested around 1150 to 1350]
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Having the characteristic of anathema
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Used in reference to an utterance, to indicate that it is false and harmful to the reputation of another.
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Deserving of contempt or scorn; vile.
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Inspiring or deserving abhorrence or scorn.
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Extremely inferior; very bad:
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Haughty; lofty
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Characterized by extremely brutal or cruel crimes; vicious.
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The definition of heinous is very evil or horrible.
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The definition of invidious is something that is likely to cause anger, or something that is unjust or unfair.
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The definition of loathsome is something that causes hate or that is worthy of being hated.
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Open to objection
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Liable to punishment; censurable
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The definition of odious is something that is extremely unpleasant or hated.
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The definition of opprobrious is something that is disrespectful or that expresses shame or disgrace.
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The definition of outrageous is someone or something that is not in good taste, violent or extremely unusual.
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Alternative form of repellent.
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The definition of repulsive is disgusting.
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The definition of vile is offensive in a way that makes you want to leave.
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A feeling of enmity, animosity or ill will.
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In physiology, the definition of antagonism is two muscles working in opposition.
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Hatred of men or the male sex
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Hatred of women or the female sex, esp. by a man
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Hatred, esp. of a person or thing regarded as loathsome
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An irrational or obsessive fear or anxiety, usually of or about something particular.
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Inconsistency or contradiction
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Extreme disgust, shock, or repugnance; feeling of great loathing
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The definition of a vitriol is a sulfate of metal, or a very bitter feeling expressed in writing or speaking.
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To judge or declare to be unfit for use or consumption, usually by official order:
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To consider or reject (doing something) as beneath oneself:
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To have a feeling of aversion or antipathy towards; not to like. [from 16th c.]
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To use abusive or contemptuous language in speaking to or about; call bad names
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The action of the verb to love.
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(Usually plural) Something that a person likes (prefers).
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To feel disgust towards; to abhor; to loathe or detest thoroughly; to hate in the highest degree, as if with religious dread. [First attested in the mid 17th century.]
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Abhorrence; disgust.
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(Informal) Something very bad, ugly, disagreeable, etc.
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Alternative form of repellency.
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The ability to repel; the characteristic of repelling.
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Repugnance.
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(Physics) The force that causes particles or bodies to repel one another, as from having the same electric charge or magnetic polarity.
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By extension, something which is vehemently disliked by somebody.
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Something that is cursed or loathed.
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To view with contempt; despise.
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To detest
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To detest
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To avoid, especially persistently.
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To cause someone to feel nausea.
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To detest
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*To dislike; often used with infinitive or participle
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Desire is defined as physically longing for something.
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To worship as divine
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To be favorable toward; think or declare to be good, satisfactory, etc.
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(Archaic) Feeling or showing hate; malicious; malevolent
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The definition of nauseous is a feeling of being sick and feeling as if you need to vomit, or something disgusting or sickening.
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Any of various poisonous substances secreted by certain snakes, spiders, scorpions, and insects and transmitted to a victim by a bite or sting. Venoms are highly concentrated fluids that typically consist of dozens or hundreds of powerful enzymes, peptides, and smaller organic compounds. These compounds target and disable specific chemicals in the victim, damaging cellular and organ system function. Snake venoms, for example, contain substances that block platelet aggregation (causing bleeding) and that prevent the release of acetylcholine by nerve endings (causing muscle paralysis). Many substances contained in venoms are under investigation for use as pharmaceuticals.
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Worship means to show devotion or admiration to a religious deity or another.
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A sickening distaste or dislike; deep aversion; repugnance
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(Figuratively) Coldness or insensibility; severity or rigidity of character.
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(Idiomatic) dislike, animosity
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To detest
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To cause to be, or to declare as, an anathema or evil.
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Synonym Study

  • Loathe implies utter abhorrence See also syn. study at despise.
  • Abhor implies a feeling of great repugnance or disgust
  • Despise suggests a looking down with great contempt upon the person or thing one hates
  • Detest implies vehement dislike or antipathy
  • Hate implies a feeling of great dislike or aversion, and, with persons as the object, connotes the bearing of malice
Find another word for hate. In this page you can discover 173 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for hate, like: hostility, loathing, abhor, malevolence, scorn, rancor, denounce, aversion, detestation, be disinclined and despise.