detestation

[ dee-te-stey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF detestation

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For once, the music of her voice was lost in a discordant cry of detestation.

It is at about this period that my detestation of Calais knows no bounds.

Thirdly, that they are never set forth as the objects of ridicule, but detestation.

Detestation of the high is the involuntary homage of the low.

His detestation of the race increased, while yet every nerve was alert to miss no chance.

Because of that my detestation of him became a personal, active thing.

And yet she felt no resentment, no detestation, no censure, no rebuke.

Cannibalism was regarded by them with horror and detestation.

But there were no feelings of that kind to come in the way of the detestation he felt for Lucy.

He was the admiration of all the mothers, and the detestation of all their sons.

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