from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of abhor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Detestation.
- n. Object of abhorrence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A feeling of abhorrence; loathing.
- n. An object of abhorrence.
There is no "abhorring" the usage of the WORD "Hitler" - actually it IS a 'name'.
But he's a character you can't take your eyes off, even as you're silently abhorring the choices he makes.
After all, there are people who fully support invading a variety of countries and killing as many people as possible while promoting abstinence-only education and abhorring any mention of human sexuality.
Though divorce is religiously permitted in Islam, it is considered the the most abhorring thing by God.
In fact, the GOP has a long and aggressive history of abhorring science irrespective of content.
Stone walks everywhere, abhorring cabs because they have lousy air-conditioning and “sweating through a suit—that is the worst thing in the world.”
Jason said ... seems like you are really abhorring this whole parenting gig.
Given how the Republican Party just held its Pizza Party in an effort to "re-brand" themselves and open their Big Tent to all, it's surprising that there haven't been any cries of outrage from Republican "leaders," abhorring this homophobia.
"We cannot embrace one while abhorring the other; we must learn, if we want to live at all, to live without both."
In this manner, some Catholics hate and fear Protestants, some Jews hate and fear Arabs, some Moslems hate and fear Americans, some Whites hate and fear darker skinned peoples and so it goes like a merry-go-round with each person and social group denigrating and abhorring the next, rather than being inclusive.