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- adv. In a hateful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In such a manner as to excite hate; odiously.
- In a manner exhibiting hate; malignantly; maliciously; spitefully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a hateful manner
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Her next column will be on how I "hatefully" responded to her and ginned up all kinds of "hate mail" to her as a result of my playing her sound bites.
And from what I have read so far on here everyone is always nice and helpful not hatefully opinionated or negative like on the others.
And should someone dare to approach them – in this case the Pope – he too loses any right to tolerance; he too can be treated hatefully, without misgiving or restraint.
When she tells them her life story of hatefully cruel adopted parents followed by a wildly abusive boyfriend who had her under lock and key for years, the tales were so over the top and ridiculous I actually laughed, assuming we were supposed to see right through her.
But when push came to shove and the whining became not only endless but destructive, I could support neither the decision he made nor the way he made it -- self-righteously, thoughtlessly and hatefully.
Politicians shouldn't be allowed to act so hatefully anymore.
There has, though, been progress recently, a suspicion that while talking about banks of four or goals deciding games Keane might be secretly digging a Stanley knife into the palm of his hand under the desk or retreating to the loo in the ad break in order to stare hatefully at himself in the mirror.
Is the Mincing MOP to be treated as a genuine homosexual, or as a heterosexual who is acting hatefully to ridicule homosexuals?
Then he made the maudlin, hatefully open-minded movie The Visitor, which clearly annoyed the heck out of me.
Thomas Mugridge backed away, glaring as hatefully and viciously as