hateful

[ heyt-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF hateful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HATEFUL

Her eyes were hateful and her hands were nervous as she reviewed the past week.

Be as cold as you please, be hateful if you will—I shall adore you whatever you may choose to be.

Stryker turned upon him an expression at once ludicrous, piteous and hateful.

I guess I sha'n't go to Mr. Gordon; he's just as hateful as he can be.

I never saw such a hateful set of girls as there are in this school.

For him the keen-souled kinsman of Hygelac held in hand; hateful alive was each to other.

And I should like to cut the hateful picture to pieces when it comes.

Was the hateful thing, the dreaded thing, merely a nightmare after all?

And is the object which makes him a friend, dear to him, or neither dear nor hateful to him?

The declaration that such things are hateful to the Gods, and most abominable and unholy.

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