ABHORRING [abˈhôr, əbˈhôr]
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2. Abhorring Abhorring democracy and seeing this place as foreign are not tied together.
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5. Abhorring: to dislike strongly.
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8. 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 the English Language, 1828.
9. 'Abhorring' is a 9 letter word starting with A and ending with G Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Abhorring We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Abhorring will help you to finish your crossword today
10. He was a man of ‘great honesty,’ Abhorring any deceit in the art he loved and studied
11. WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIAN WILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS Abhorring equally the toil and the degradation, he deemed it a duty to prevent such a fall, and put his hope in his uncle
12. Abhorring dogma and religious mysticism, Rational Dissenters emphasised the rational analysis of the natural world and the Bible. Examples from Classical Literature One of his peculiarities was that of Abhorring a vacuum as much as nature herself.
13. Abhorring 'Abhorring' is a 9 letter word starting with A and ending with G Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Abhorring
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15. What does Abhorring mean? Detestation
16. Abhorring (3 Occurrences) Romans 2:22 thou who art preaching not to steal, dost thou steal? thou who art saying not to commit adultery, dost thou commit adultery? thou who art Abhorring the idols, dost thou rob temples? (YLT) Romans 12:9 Let love be unfeigned; Abhorring evil; …
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20. Social Security Administration public data, the first name Abhorring was not present
21. Abhorring the “Deep Things of Satan” THYATIRA
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24. Antonyms for Abhorring include adoring, devoted, loving, affectionate, fond, admiring, worshiping, worshipping, ardent and doting
25. Abhorring change as an audacious sin, Abhorrant le changement comme un péché audacieux, The very fact, that this book exists, arouses negative feelings for a huge number of contemporary people, feelings ranging from moderate skepticism to strong Abhorring.
26. Here, therefore, is the secret of Abhorring evil, namely, in the dwelling with or near the Good, and Him who is the Good
27. But nature, Abhorring a vacuum, has blanketed with green vine the deep pit that marked the location of Katya Lupi's house. Clive Barker COLDHEART CANYON (2001) He is not alone in …
28. Abhorring the new life as a student at NYU, Portner, along with Weitz, returned to Maryland every summer to meet Lennox and Dibb and play music together
29. Abhorring Meaning in English to Urdu is چِڑ, as written in Urdu and Chirr, as written in Roman Urdu
30. There are many synonyms of Abhorring which include Abominate, Despise, Detest, Hate, Loathe, Scorn, Be Allergic To, Be Down On, Be Grossed Out By, etc.
31. Abhorring (usually uncountable, plural Abhorrings) Detestation
32. 1607, Antony and Cleopatra, by Shakespeare, Act V Scene II Rather a ditch in Egypt / Be gentle grave unto me! rather on Nilus' mud / Lay me stark-nak'd, and let the water-flies / Blow me into Abhorring! Verb
33. On Abhorring the Sword by Thomas Francis Meagher
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35. Abhorring this brief descent into the working class, he began to gain that sympathetic knowledge of its life and privations that informed his writings
36. But nature, Abhorring a vacuum, has blanketed with green vine the deep pit that marked the location of Katya Lupi's house
37. Clive Barker COLDHEART CANYON (2001) He is not alone in Abhorring such mortifying events
38. Times, Sunday Times (2016) There were, it was revealed this month, 535 responses, most Abhorring the idea.
39. There is no "Abhorring" the usage of the WORD "Hitler" - actually it IS a 'name'
40. But he's a character you can't take your eyes off, even as you're silently Abhorring the choices he makes.
41. H1860 - דְּרָאוֹן dᵉrâʼôwn, der-aw-one'; or דֵּרָאוֹן dêrâʼôwn; from an unused root (meaning to repulse); an object of aversion:—Abhorring, contempt.
42. Many people eat factory-farmed meat while also Abhorring animal cruelty
43. “The more holy a man is, the more humble, self-renouncing, self-Abhorring, and the more sensitive to every sin he becomes, and the more closely he clings to Christ
44. 1 day ago · Give us clear laws Abhorring LGBTQI+ — Onyinah to government
45. Abhorring – expressing extreme repugnance or aversion This word ranks a 5/5 on the yikes! scale
ABHOR'RING, ppr. Having great aversion, detesting. 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 the English Language, 1828.
KJV Dictionary Definition: abhor. abhor. ABHOR', v.t. L abhorreo, of ab and horreo, to set up bristles, shiver or shake; to look terrible. 1. To hate extremely, or with contempt; to lothe, detest or abominate.
Definition of abhorrence. 1a : the act or state of abhorring or despising something or someone a crime regarded with abhorrence. b : a feeling of strong repugnance or disgust : loathing an abhorrence of war. 2 : something regarded as repugnant or disgusting Slavery is an abhorrence.
Origin of abhor 1400–50; late Middle English < Latin abhorrēre to shrink back from, shudder at, equivalent to ab- ab- + horrēre to bristle, tremble C15: from Latin abhorrēre to shudder at, shrink from, from ab- away from + horrēre to bristle, shudder