- v. present participle of detest.
“Politicians from Lord William Bentinck to Lord Palmerston and Gladstone, writers such as Browning and George Eliot, united in detesting the ‘tyrants’; Gladstone convinced himself that their regime was ‘the negation of God.’”
“Is Bercow right about the public "detesting" rowdy behaviour at PMQs?”
“Instead of wasting yor time "detesting" someone...”
“• Leading Tour rider admits to 'detesting' Simon Jones guardian. co.uk, Wednesday 3 June 2009 21.42 BST”
“In one week, I went from detesting it on general principle, to addiction.”
“Tory-detesting Deborah Orr in a Guardian column last fall.”
“Those Republican and Democratic foot soldiers may not appreciate calls from the top to tone it down, though the center of the electorate, detesting ideological warfare and wanting those in Washington to work together, certainly will.”
“What's more, I believe that an unintended consequence of focusing on reading test scores is that many kids end up detesting reading.”
“From detesting her and her foul tongue at first, Martin grew to admire her as he observed the brave fight she made.”
“Enthusiasm alone doesn't win elections; detesting Democratic policies more vehemently -- forget Obama's being a socialist, he's a commie!”
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