abominate

[ uh-bom-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF abominate

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I abominate the idea of frying eggs in water as the Americans do.

And, just between you and me, I will say that I abominate honesty in other people.

I thought you were beginning an Epic,—a thing I abominate of all others.

They're from Tomkins's, and we girls just abominate his things.

I have no bowels for hypocrisy, and I abominate and detest kingship.

If there's anything I despise and abominate it's a breaker of dates.

Mere holding forth "I utterly detest, abominate, and abjure."

Do you know that I abominate myself when I am obliged to get so excited.

These animals, of all ill scents, abominate most that of the oil of turpentine.

For what is it that we abominate in heretics except their blasphemies?

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