hatred

[ hey-trid ]SEE DEFINITION OF hatred

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HATRED

Hatred has no place beside the calm and awful dignity of justice.

We are often influenc'd by our Love, or our Hatred, before we are aware of it our selves.

Hatred is to be repaid by love, life is to be filled with kindness and compassion.

Hatred burned in his eyes at the memory, like some fire that had been banked but had never died.

Hatred of sin is love shrinking from that which separates from its lover.

Hatred and sin—is not that hell itself, wherein dwells all that is opposed to God?

Hatred will harden the tension of the knees like steel, and grip the feet like talons.

Hatred must be considered both as a cause of war, and as an element in the war moods.

Hatred is an aspect of the aggressive defensive toward the stranger.

Hatred and Variance are the trees on which the devil grafts Murders.

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