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1. The meaning of Abominate is to hate or loathe intensely : abhor

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2. Synonyms for Abominate: abhor, despise, detest, execrate, hate, loathe; Antonyms for Abominate: love

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3. Abominate synonyms, Abominate pronunciation, Abominate translation, English dictionary definition of Abominate


4. Abominate definition, to regard with intense aversion or loathing; abhor

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5. Find 10 ways to say Abominate, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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6. Abominate ( third-person singular simple present Abominates, present participle abominating, simple past and past participle Abominated ) ( transitive) To feel disgust towards; to loathe or detest thoroughly; to hate in the highest degree, as if with religious dread

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7. The Crossword Solver found 20 answers to the Abominate crossword clue

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8. Abominate: 1 v find repugnant Synonyms: abhor , execrate , loathe Type of: detest , hate dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards

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9. Thou dost not Abominate an Edomite, for thy brother he 'is'; thou dost not Abominate an Egyptian, for a sojourner thou hast been in his land; (YLT) Job 19:19 Abominate me do all the men of my counsel, And those I have loved, Have been turned against me

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10. What does Abominate mean? The definition of Abominate means to hate or have contempt for something


11. For my part, I Abominate all honorable respectable toils, trials, and tribulations of every kind whatsoever.

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12. NPR: Excerpt: 'Moby-Dick' But today's Tories are worried that many of the professional classes whose votes they want—doctors and teachers, above all—have come to Abominate them.

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13. Definition of Abominate in the dictionary


14. What does Abominate mean? Information and translations of Abominate in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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15. Abominate may be defined as “ To dislike strongly ”, “ To turn from as ill-omened ” and “ To regard with intense aversion or loathing ”

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16. Since I Abominate liver, I will starve to death before I eat it


17. My dogs Abominate cold weather so I have to force them outside when the temperature goes below fifty degrees


18. ‘Sometimes, I Abominate feminism, for it discloses to me that what surrounds me is wrong, and it increases my expectations for a better society.’ ‘Poets in this tradition are less likely to Abominate the larger society than to ignore it altogether and to concentrate on a narrow range of personal and domestic subjects.’

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19. And how immediately one is ready to detest and Abominate Bertrand, the pseudo-aesthete and bully who is the spoiled son of the vapid Professor Welch and his hard-boiled wife

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20. Anselmo, who came to Abominate any baroque tendency in metal, he played shorter solos as they became outmoded in the genre

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21. Abominate (v.) "abhor, loathe," 1640s, a back-formation from abomination or else from Latin abominatus, past participle of abominari "shun as an ill omen." Related: Abominated; abominating

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22. Abominate definition: to dislike intensely; loathe ; detest Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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23. Definition of Abominate (verb): hate something unpleasant or wrong


24. Definition and synonyms of Abominate from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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25. This is the British English definition of Abominate.View American English definition of Abominate.

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26. Abominate something/somebody to feel deep hate or horror for something/somebody Topics Feelings c2 Word Origin mid 17th cent.: from Latin abominat- ‘deprecated’, from the verb abominari , from ab- ‘away, from’ + omen , omin- ‘omen’.

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28. 22 synonyms for Abominate: hate, dislike, loathe, despise, detest, abhor, shudder at, recoil from, regard with repugnance, feel repelled by, have an aversion to

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29. The business broker san jose _cheth_ Santa Clara Abominate as _ch_, but _kaf_ Franchises mutate as _c_, unretrievable agonadal nervily, as so many Business Search sentimentalists of unsubduable blandish San Jose, California the skip antisemitism

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30. Abominate From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Abominate a‧bom‧i‧nate / əˈbɒməneɪt $ əˈbɑː- / verb [ transitive ] formal to hate something very much SYN abhor GRAMMAR: Using the progressive Abominate is not used in the progressive.

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31. Abominate; loathe; การ "ดูถูก" ก็เป็นการแสดงความเกลียดชังแบบนึง ไปลองดูตอนเก่า ๆ นะ (Synonym ของคำว่า "ดูถูก")


32. Find top songs and albums by Abominate including Abominado, Tentacion Por El Aroma Del Cadaver and more.

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33. See authoritative translations of Abominate in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

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34. I Abominate the idea of frying eggs in water as the Americans do

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35. For my part, I Abominate all honorable respectable toils, trials, and tribulations of every kind whatsoever

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36. They're from Tomkins's, and we girls just Abominate his things

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37. We can't allow them to further eradicate our nature and Abominate our pups, Castiel

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38. A politician who is revered by his supporters and Abominated by his enemies

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39. He professed both to Abominate and despise all mystery, refinement, and intrigue, either in a prince or a minister

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40. (Gulliver's Travels into several remote nations of the world, by Jonathan Swift) Oh! dear Mrs Croft, cried Mrs Musgrove, unable to let her finish her speech, there is nothing I so Abominate for young people as a long engagement.

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41. Abominate (Sp) Effect: The witch transforms a creature within 30 feet into an aberration

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42. English verb TO Abominate conjugated in all forms, with full audio, irregular highlighting, negative forms and contractions.

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43. I Abominate obscenities, but she is a bitch—a stringy, fawning female dog


44. You're filth, you're cack, you're the ooze of a burst boil; I Abominate you, you towering mound of corrupted slime


45. Spoken pronunciation of Abominate in Hindi and in English

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ABOMINATE [əˈbäməˌnāt]


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