hatred (Meaning)

Wordnet

hatred (n)

the emotion of intense dislike; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action

Webster

hatred (n.)

Strong aversion; intense dislike; hate; an affection of the mind awakened by something regarded as evil.

hatred Sentence Examples

  1. The hatred she harbored towards her ex-husband consumed her every waking moment.
  2. The country's history was marked by deep-seated hatred and prejudice.
  3. Despite their attempts at reconciliation, the hatred between the warring factions only intensified.
  4. His hatred for his rival blinded him to reason and mercy.
  5. The hateful rhetoric spewed by the extremists spread like wildfire, poisoning the hearts of many.
  6. The victim's family was filled with hatred and a thirst for revenge.
  7. The government's crackdown on dissent bred hatred and resentment among the populace.
  8. The hatred that fueled the conflict tore the nation apart, leaving behind only ruin and despair.
  9. She struggled to overcome the hatred that had been ingrained in her from a young age.
  10. The hateful comments directed at the online streamer shattered her self-esteem and forced her to withdraw from society.

FAQs About the word hatred

the emotion of intense dislike; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands actionStrong aversion; intense dislike; hate; an affection of the mind awakened b

disgust, disdain, hate, distaste, spite,contempt, abomination, abhorrence, hostility, loathing

devotion, love, devotion,love, affection, affection, appetite, fondness, tolerance, acceptance

The hatred she harbored towards her ex-husband consumed her every waking moment.

The country's history was marked by deep-seated hatred and prejudice.

Despite their attempts at reconciliation, the hatred between the warring factions only intensified.

His hatred for his rival blinded him to reason and mercy.