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di te stid

  • v  dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards
  • s  treated with contempt

  • In 1972 they detested McGovern's amnesty plan for Vietnam draft dodgers and his support for forced busing.
  • In those early years of the 20th Century, the German Kaiser, the King of Italy, the Queen of England and the Pope were all in agreement: they detested the tango.
  • Anthony Eden was born there in June 1897, the third son of irascible Sir William Eden, an eccentric country gentleman who detested children and barking dogs with equal enthusiasm.

  • Jim Calhoun in USA Today
    I hated our body language early, saw some brief spurts, then detested it the last eight minutes,Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun said. "I'm in a state of shock, I really am. To have a home game in the conference opener against a rival like...
  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
    Those who used nuclear weapons for the first time in history are the most detested people in the world,Ahmadinejad said.
  • Tom Perkins in San Jose Mercury News
    We became very influential,Perkins said. "Pattie Dunn detested this committee. She lobbied for its elimination. She won."

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