Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He hates to go, but he says it's his duty; the call is so loud.

An', well—I hates t' say it, but—well, they called her 'Walrus Liz.'

He hates the sight of her odious red wig as much now as we always did.

It was the chance of a lifetime, especially to one who, like myself, hates heretics.

It's sent as a warning to repent you of your sins, and it's howling because it hates to go back.

Thomas hates to hurt anybody's feelings, and, even if he didn't want him, he'd hate to say so.

"He hates to come, but he comes, nevertheless," thought the General.

Everything belongs to him—the key, the door, and even the woman who hates him.

I should think—because he hates that kind of thing on both sides.

That Earl just hates the sight of her—can't bear to look at her a minute.