abhorring abhorring


  • (v) find repugnant


Derived Word(s)


  1. Though the irony-sporting, status quoabhorring, plaid-clad denizens of Williamsburg are a distinctly modern species, the hipster as a genus has its roots in the 1930s and '40s.
  2. Items: Far from abhorring violence, as Gibbons piously testified, he is pretty good as an engineer of violenceas the evidence clearly showed.
  3. PTI, abhorring single-sided presentation, wrote about him thus; printed a drawing of him in one of his milder, but no less characteristic moments.


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    Paul Pierce hates the  New York Knicks , now more than ever. Having spent the last 15 years with the  Boston Celtics , abhorring the Knicks came easy to The Truth. They were a rival, his arch nemesis. It was impossible for him to loathe them anymore than he already did. Turns out that's not entirely true. Now a member of a the  Brooklyn Nets , Pierce told ESPN 98.7 FM's The Michael Kay Show his ...
    on August 9, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

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propriety propriety
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