- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of detest.
“McCain detests autocrats like Nazarbayev, as I learned when we discussed Kazakhstan.”
“Ferran Adria, dubbed the godfather of molecular gastronomy - a moniker he detests - shocked the culinary world with the announcement in January 2010 that he was to close el Bulli, a restaurant awarded with a coveted three Michelin stars and acclaimed as best in the world five times.”
“El Bulli, 'world's best restaurant' serves its final 49-course supper Ferran Adria, dubbed the godfather of molecular gastronomy - a moniker he detests - shocked the culinary world with the announcement in January 2010 that he was to close el Bulli Fiona Govan, Cala Montjoi”
“Also from the documents: "An alleged personal friend of [Suleiman] tells us that [Suleiman] 'detests' the idea of Gamal as president, and that he also was 'deeply personally hurt' by Mubarak, who promised to name him vice-president several years ago, but then reneged.”
“That could spell trouble for the possibility of the younger Mubarak rising to power because, as the memo says, "an alleged personal friend of Soliman tells us that Soliman 'detests' the idea of Gamal as president.”
“Brian Kredell, another Worth Township voter, said he voted for Hoogendyk because he "detests”
“Being used to climbing up into the Pilot, she detests falling down into the front seat of the Legacy, and she wants me to get a vehicle that is not so low.”
“It's not poverty that Mr. Adiga detests, but wealth.”
“What I've also learned is that if one of my children detests something, like a burger for example, and I serve it in a new and inventive way, the previously offensive food is now one of interest; something worthy of consideration.”
“Kirk, 42, will star in the single-camera comedy pilot as a veterinarian who loves animals but detests their owners.”
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