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- n. The characteristic of being hateful.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being hateful, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being hateful
As we predicted before the election, Barack Obama's victory has loosed a flood of hatefulness from the racist right in America.
Dunno, dembillc, a lot of the "hatefulness" comments might be because you are accusing the guy of being a slave merchant who hates America.
But I also don't see any reason not to call the faux outrage at Wright's "hatefulness" by comfortable white liberals by its correct name - RACISM.
Steve Labonne: "But I also don't see any reason not to call the faux outrage at Wright's" hatefulness "by comfortable white liberals by its correct name - RACISM."
No community can tolerate this kind of hatefulness in a public agency.
Since original sin is a condition of imperfection wherefrom, except there be an intervention of God's grace, every kind of hatefulness toward God may grow up in the soul, it seemed necessary to believe that the Blessed Virgin received an intervention of God's grace such as this.
I slowly shake my head with a grim expression on my face as I write this post ... pretty much as Kinsella does when he goes on TV and tells malicious, mean-spiritedly ass-kicky, politically-motivated lies about alleged "hatefulness" on the part of conservatives.
Calling legitimate criticism "hatefulness" is an attempt to stifle discussion, and is antithetical to a health debate.
The kind of hatefulness that would prompt a man to bring a stuffed monkey with an "Obama" sticker on the toy's head to a campaign event.
Carlin's seven dirty words are a useful proxy for "hatefulness," only a proxy for a certain coarse style and how much of this is phrases such as "fucking awesome?"
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