abhor

[ ab-hawr ]SEE DEFINITION OF abhor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABHOR

It is only for being what is called by that name that I abhor him.

I should abhor these clandestine correspondences, were they not forced upon me.

I did abhor those that were in the plot and conspiracy against the King.

For how can they who commit crimes be in good amity with those that abhor them?

Is there one among us who approves of the treachery you abhor?'

I came to hate the sight of the steward, to abhor the voice of that harmless man.

It is well known that we hate and abhor anything in the shape of a legal debt.

I abhor roasting in my own person, and yet I knew I should have enough of it.

And though he adord the Maid, whether he should not abhor the Nun in his Embraces?

They cannot compel me, against my will, to live with a man whom I abhor.

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