loathing (Meaning)

Wordnet

loathing (n)

hate coupled with disgust

Webster

loathing (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Loathe

Webster

loathing (n.)

Extreme disgust; a feeling of aversion, nausea, abhorrence, or detestation.

loathing Sentence Examples

  1. Her icy stare conveyed an intense loathing that sent shivers down his spine.
  2. The rival teams' loathing for each other was palpable, fueling the heated rivalry.
  3. The sight of the bully evoked a visceral loathing that made her stomach turn.
  4. She couldn't fathom why he harbored such a profound loathing for his sibling.
  5. The politician's loathing for his opponent blinded him to the truth.
  6. The father's loathing for his son had festered for years, leaving an unhealable wound.
  7. The teacher's loathing for her most challenging student made it impossible for her to teach effectively.
  8. The acrid smell of the polluted air filled her with a loathing that made it hard to breathe.
  9. The discomforting silence between them was thick with loathing, an unspoken acknowledgement of their mutual animosity.
  10. The victim's loathing for her abuser was so deep that it consumed her entire being.

FAQs About the word loathing

hate coupled with disgustof Loathe, Extreme disgust; a feeling of aversion, nausea, abhorrence, or detestation.

distaste,disgust, hatred, nausea, disapproval, repugnance,horror, revulsion, hate, repulsion

preference,love, favor, fancy, use, taste, fancy, fondness, appetite, love

Her icy stare conveyed an intense loathing that sent shivers down his spine.

The rival teams' loathing for each other was palpable, fueling the heated rivalry.

The sight of the bully evoked a visceral loathing that made her stomach turn.

She couldn't fathom why he harbored such a profound loathing for his sibling.