hatefully : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • r  in a hateful manner

  • The former rather hatefully sought to gain an advantage for his side anyway he could (Domenech even said "It wasn't Pirlo who was the man of the match; it was Materazzi"), but in .
  • Blakeman, Brad opinion that Palin''s $150,000 wardrobe was less outrageous than Obama "taking a 767 campaign plane to go visit Grandma" is hatefully offered by.
  • It is in the Presbyterian church noted for a high degree of intellectual competencythat the chasm between fundamentalists and modernists has opened most hatefully wide.
News & Articles


  • David Pogue in Minyanville.com
    In his blog last month, New York Times technology writer David Pogue said that his first iPhone bill was "a staggeringly, hatefully complex document, designed by some Monty Pythoneseque committee in charge of consumer confusion."
  • EB White in Chicago Tribune
    I have naturally come to know something about children's books from living so close to them and gazing hatefully at their jackets,White wrote in one of the Harper's essays collected in "One Man's Meat."

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