Definitions for loatheloʊð

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

loatheloʊð(v.t.)loathed, loath•ing.

  1. to feel disgust or intense aversion for; abhor.

Origin of loathe:

bef. 900; ME loth(i)en, lath(i)en, OE lāthian

Princeton's WordNet

  1. abhor, loathe, abominate, execrate(verb)

    find repugnant

    "I loathe that man"; "She abhors cats"


  1. loathe(Verb)

    To hate, detest, revile.

  2. Origin: From lothe, from laþian. Cognate with Old Norse leiða ( > Danish lede, Icelandic leiðast ) (all reflexive), German leiden.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Loathe(verb)

    to feel extreme disgust at, or aversion for

  2. Loathe(verb)

    to dislike greatly; to abhor; to hate

  3. Loathe(verb)

    to feel disgust or nausea

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to hate very much.

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