loathe (Meaning)

Wordnet

loathe (v)

find repugnant

Webster

loathe (v. t.)

To feel extreme disgust at, or aversion for.

To dislike greatly; to abhor; to hate.

Webster

loathe (v. i.)

To feel disgust or nausea.

loathe Sentence Examples

  1. She loathes the slimy texture of raw oysters.
  2. James loathes the loud, obnoxious sound of his neighbor's power tools.
  3. The students loathe the overly complex and confusing assignments given by their professor.
  4. She loathes her boss's micromanaging and condescending attitude.
  5. The soccer player loathes the pressure and scrutiny that comes with being a star athlete.
  6. The couple loathe the constant bickering and arguing that has plagued their relationship.
  7. The politician loathes the hypocrisy and corruption that have become rampant in government.
  8. The writer loathes the limitations and constraints imposed by censorship.
  9. The doctor loathes the sight of gore and suffering that she witnesses daily.
  10. The animal rights activist loathes the cruel and inhumane treatment of animals in factory farms.

FAQs About the word loathe

find repugnantTo feel extreme disgust at, or aversion for., To dislike greatly; to abhor; to hate., To feel disgust or nausea.

hate, abhor, detest,despise, have it in for, deprecate, disdain,abominate, deplore, scorn

prefer, enjoy, desire,love, like, desire, prefer, love, enjoy, like

She loathes the slimy texture of raw oysters.

James loathes the loud, obnoxious sound of his neighbor's power tools.

The students loathe the overly complex and confusing assignments given by their professor.

She loathes her boss's micromanaging and condescending attitude.