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He professed both to abominate and despise all mystery, refinement, and intrigue, either in a prince or a minister.
GULLIVER'S TRAVELSJONATHAN SWIFT
I don't believe in honeymoons and particularly I abominate the inhuman custom of giving wedding presents.
MURDER IN ANY DEGREEOWEN JOHNSON
I abominate those insolent Parisians, those chasers of kings.
THE EXECUTIONER'S KNIFEEUGNE SUE
I rarely abominate anybody, and I think she knows that also.
THE ADVENTURES OF A WIDOWEDGAR FAWCETT
I should hate and abominate you for ever and ever, even if you helped me into Paradise!
THE BLACK DOUGLASS. R. CROCKETT
As to the rest, I abominate that incidental repentance which old age brings along with it.
THE ESSAYS OF MONTAIGNE, COMPLETEMICHEL DE MONTAIGNE
I abominate and detest hangmanship; but in certain stages of society both are necessary.
IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS AND POEMSWALTER SAVAGE LANDOR
And since the Parliament hath condemned them, and desired the king that they might be stopped, all the kingdom do abominate them.
POLITICAL PAMPHLETSGEORGE SAINTSBURY
But, here I am, with no work and nobody I can love; nay, chained to a task which I now abominate.
THE BOOK OF KHALIDAMEEN RIHANI
I abominate also the waste of time (and it would take me a day) in making an abstract.
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