1. Abhor means “to loathe” or “to hate,” and while loathe and hate have roots in Old English, Abhor derives from Latin
2. The roots of Abhor can give us a deeper understanding of both the strength of the dislike expressed by the word and its relationship to other words in English.
3. Abhor definition, to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly; loathe; abominate
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4. Abhor verb hate, loathe, despise, detest, shrink from, shudder at, recoil from, be repelled by, have an aversion to, abominate, execrate, regard with repugnance or horror He was a man who Abhorred violence
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5. How does the verb Abhor contrast with its synonyms? Some common synonyms of Abhor are abominate, detest, hate, and loathe
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6. While all these words mean "to feel strong aversion or intense dislike for," Abhor implies a deep often shuddering repugnance
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7. Find 19 ways to say Abhor, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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8. They Abhor me, they flee far from me, and spare not to spit in my face
9. Job 33:20 View whole chapter See verse in context So that his life Abhor reth bread, and his soul dainty meat
10. Job 42:6 View whole chapter See verse in context Wherefore I Abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes.
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11. To hate something or someone: His opponent Abhors the death penalty.
12. Abhor is from Latin Abhorrere — "to shrink back in horror." It is the strongest way in English to express hatred, even stronger than loathe.
13. Abhor that which is evil; INT: love [be] sincere Abhorring evil
14. An Abhorred object/ concept disgusts the person who Abhors it
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15. Lucy: I Abhor doing the dishes.
16. Job 30:10 HEB: תִּֽ֭עֲבוּנִי רָ֣חֲקוּ מֶ֑נִּי NAS: They Abhor me [and] stand aloof KJV: They Abhor me, they flee far INT: Abhor me stand at
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17. Psalm 5:6 HEB: דָּמִ֥ים וּמִרְמָ֗ה יְתָ֘עֵ֥ב ׀ יְהוָֽה׃ NAS: The LORD Abhors the man KJV: the LORD will Abhor
18. Abhor - dictionary definition, verses and Bible references on the topic of Abhor using King James Bible Dictionary online
19. Abhor - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
20. Inflections of 'Abhor' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Abhors v 3rd person singular Abhorring v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Abhorred v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man."
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21. What does Abhor mean? The definition of Abhor is to really hate something or someone
22. (verb) An example of Abhor is an animal right's activist
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23. As a noun, it is used in Isaiah lxvi, for the object of hatred - "An Abhorring to all flesh." Definitions from Webster's American Dictionary of …
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24. See 2 authoritative translations of Abhor in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
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25. Examples of Abhor in a sentence I know it's silly, but I absolutely Abhor washing the dishes
26. 🔊 I Abhor the idea of bugs crawling on my skin! 🔊 While some people love speaking to an audience, most people Abhor the thought of public speaking
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27. Most Austrians and many other Europeans Abhor capital punishment as cruel and inhumane
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28. It is no accident that the surge in idolatrous reality television you so Abhor coincided with this call to propaganda
29. The act of killing thousands of innocent people is profoundly evil and we rightly Abhor it.
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30. Definition of Abhor in the Definitions.net dictionary
31. What does Abhor mean? Information and translations of Abhor in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
32. Nouns for Abhor include Abhorration, Abhorrations, Abhorrence, Abhorrences, Abhorrer, Abhorrers, Abhorring and Abhorrings
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33. Abhor = hate The shutters had been thrown back, and with a sensation of horror not to be described, I saw at the open window a figure the most hideous and Abhorred
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34. Abhor From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Abhor ab‧hor / əbˈhɔː $ əbˈhɔːr, æb- / verb ( Abhorred , Abhorring ) [ transitive not in progressive ] formal HATE to hate a kind of behaviour or way of thinking, especially because you think it is morally wrong I Abhor discrimination of any kind
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35. Scrambling the Letters in Abhor
36. According to our other word scramble maker, Abhor can be scrambled in many ways
37. Definition of Abhor written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
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38. Hating, detesting, struck with Abhorrence
39. Contrary, odious, inconsistent with, expressive of extreme opposition, as, 'Slander is Abhorrent to all ideas of justice.' In this sense, it should be always followed by to - Abhorrent from is not agreeable to the English idiom.
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40. Abhor something to hate something, for example a way of behaving or thinking, especially for moral reasons synonym detest, loathe Most decent people Abhor corruption in government
41. She Abhors any form of cruelty towards animals
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42. Most women I am sure would Abhor me -- yes, Dorcas -- _Abhor_ me.
43. Beck, this scary “social justice” phrase you Abhor is exactly what many believe is the correct objective for churches and other community organizations, saving the taxpayer millions upon millions upon millions of dollars annually.
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44. Abhor', verb transitive [L Abhorreo, of ab and horreo, to set up bristles, shiver or shake; to look terrible.]
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45. 1400, "to loathe, regard with repugnance, dislike intensely," literally "to shrink back with horror or dread," from Latin Abhorrere "shrink back from, have an aversion for, shudder at," from ab "off, away from" (see ab-) + horrere "tremble at, shudder," literally "to bristle, be shaggy," from PIE *ghers-"start out, stand out, rise to a point, bristle" (see horror).
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46. Definition and synonyms of Abhor from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
47. This is the British English definition of Abhor.View American English definition of Abhor.
48. Abhor憎恶，厌恶：恐惧或憎恨；痛恨 (ab-away-远离，hor-horror-恐怖——远离恐怖的事情，对恐怖事情的厌恶、憎恶) accede同意,加入,同意
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49. ‘Healthcare professionals Abhor politicians' interference in the NHS.’ ‘It also means sitting down with someone, someone who is not Abhorred or hated, to have a conversation.’ ‘However, it obviously cannot involve either, because the university is famously progressive, and hence Abhors both sins.’
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50. How to say Abhor in English? Pronunciation of Abhor with 2 audio pronunciations, 9 synonyms, 1 meaning, 12 translations, 6 sentences and more for Abhor.
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51. Inflections of 'Abhor' (v): (⇒ conjugate) Abhors v 3rd person singular Abhorring v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." Abhorred v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." Abhorred v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to
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54. Abhor definition: If you Abhor something, you hate it very much, especially for moral reasons
55. The word “Abhor” is the Greek word apostugeo, which is a compound of the words apo and stugeo
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56. Synonyms for Abhor in Free Thesaurus
57. 21 synonyms for Abhor: hate, loathe, despise, detest, shrink from, shudder at, recoil from, be repelled by, have an aversion to, abominate, execrate
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58. [Obs.] "To Abhor from those vices." --Udall
59. [1913 Webster] Which is utterly Abhorring from the end of all law
60. Abhor, hate, loathe, despise, abominate, execrate, regard with disgust, feel disgust for, feel repugnance towards, feel distaste for, shrink from, recoil from
61. I Abhor the dull routine of existence
62. They Abhor all forms of racial discrimination
63. I Abhor discrimination of any kind
64. The mass, however, could adore Gandhi and Abhor untouchables
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ABHOR [abˈhôr, əbˈhôr]
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