Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of abhor.

Etymologies

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abhor +‎ -ed

Examples

  • Twenty five years later at certain moments of weakness, he still needed love even though the neediness in the content of the word abhorred him.

    An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

  • But yet -- and here for once the phrase abhorred by Cleopatra does not

    A Study of Shakespeare

  • They are states of all their citizens, a phrase abhorred and rejected in Israel as code for the end of the Jewish state.

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  • He poisoned Belgium with the agents of the Council, some of whom were charged to make the French name abhorred, and others to strike so strongly and indecently upon religious prejudices, that they might be destroyed in appearance, and strengthened in reality.

    News Report

  • He poisoned Belgium with the agents of the Council, some of whom were charged to make the French name abhorred, and others to strike so strongly and indecently upon religious prejudices, that they might be destroyed in appearance, and strengthened in reality.

    News Report

  • Council, some of whom were charged to make the French name abhorred, and others to strike so strongly and indecently upon religious prejudices, that they might be destroyed in appearance, and strengthened in reality.

    News Report

  • She said she "abhorred" the military's ban on open homosexual service, and called it a "moral injustice of the first order."

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  • Cursed be the day that parted me from him, and sent him to the land of Troy, that name abhorred of my soul! "

    Stories from the Odyssey

  • We were both caffeine junkies and it was a habit our mother abhorred.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery

  • WHEREAS, slavery was a practice that deprived African-Americans of their God-given inalienable rights, which degraded the human spirit, is abhorred and condemned by Virginians, and was ended by thiswar ....

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Virginia “Confederate History Month” Proclamation

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