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- adj. Of something disliked; odious.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. treated with contempt
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"It sounds like sour grapes, but I came to realize I hated doing that work," Letts says, using the word "hated" eight more times in the next long sentence.
While the calm held, the Eniel ran quiet as a dream: her captain hated needless bellowing, calling it the poor pilot's surrogate for leadership, and merely gestured to the afterguard when the time came to tack for shore.
McCain hated mma, but now that Budweiser sponsors the ufc, he is just fine with it.
If McCain hated war, with all the experience he is bragging about, he should have known to clearly read the intelligence report before voting to send our troops off to Iraq.
I fuckin hated saying goodbye to my ex when she had to go for grad school.
And the number one person being hated is Conrad Black.
"Your papers, please?" was a phrase hated and feared across Europe and Asia during the last rise of fascism in the world.
Gauguin hated the Danes – partly because they hated his painting.
Which is ironic because Kurt Cobain hated the people who loved his music the most, that is, testosterone addled teen males.
Most of the people you called hated you, and spoke back in truculent voices.
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