Definitions

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  • adj. comparative form of hateful: more hateful

Etymologies

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hateful +‎ -er

Examples

  • That, "glancing at her crutches," makes some people mild and sweet-tempered, they say, but it only makes me hatefuller and selfisher every day!

    Peggy-Alone

  • Some sounds are hatefuller than others, but no sound is quite so inane, and silly, and aggravating as the "hoo'hoo" of a cuckoo clock, I think.

    A Tramp Abroad

  • She murmured: 'Forgive me,' and had the passion to repeat the epithet in shrieks, and scratch up male speech for a hatefuller; but the twitch of Nesta's brows made her say: 'Do pardon me.

    One of Our Conquerors — Volume 4

  • It is one of the hatefuller scourges upon women whenever, a little shaken themselves, they muse upon some man's image, that they cannot put in motion the least bit of drama without letting feminine self play a part; generally to develop into a principal part ...

    One of Our Conquerors — Volume 4

  • Dampmartin; an authentic, ingenious literary officer of horse; who loves the Reign of Liberty, after a sort; yet has had his heart grieved to the quick many times, in the hot South-Western region and elsewhere; and has seen riot, civil battle by daylight and by torchlight, and anarchy hatefuller than death.

    The French Revolution

  • Surely, to our poorer brethren of Paris, all this Girondin patronage sounds deadening and killing: if fine-spoken and incontrovertible in logic, then all the falser, all the hatefuller in fact.

    The French Revolution

  • Changed that humour now: and ever more changing; till no hatefuller thing walk this Earth than a denizen of that tyrannous Island; and Pitt be declared and decreed, with effervescence, 'L'ennemi du genre humain,

    The French Revolution

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