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loathe

 (lōth)
tr.v. loathed, loath·ing, loathes
To dislike (someone or something) greatly; abhor.

[Middle English lothen, from Old English lāthian.]

loath′er n.
loath′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.loather - one who hates or loathesloather - one who hates or loathes    
hater - a person who hates
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com MODEL: LFA-1 RH MATERIALS: Cowhide loather CARRY TYPE: OWB RETENTION TYPE: Level 1, friction ADJUSTABILITY: None MSRP: 5145 HANDGUN FIT: Browning HI-Power (as tested) ACCESSORY RAIL ACCOMMODATIONS: None POSITIONS TO CARRY: Behind the hip AVG.
If the supreme essence did not reward its lovers, he says, we would have to conclude that the supreme essence is unjust (since treating lover and loather alike is patently unjust), and yet we know from our earlier discussion that the supreme essence is supremely just.
On rink 1, Greyfriars' Bob Pacey, Arthur Waugh, Mike McMahon and Keith Hornsby lost 41-9 and, on rink 2, the second executive four of Graham O'Donohue, Peter Holland and Kevin Loather, all from Coventry, with Solihull skip Paul Jones had a highest winning rink of 8-33.
Curiously, this desire is quite paradoxical, as a self-proclaimed loather of humanity like Castel might be inclined to avoid establishing a profound human connection based on fluent communication and mutual understanding.
5) Similarly, Roger Ebert, a well-known loather of 3D, notes that "whenever Hollywood has felt threatened it has turned to technology: sound, color, widescreen, Cinerama, 3D, stereophonic sound, and now 3D again.
The Royal Australian Air Force lost 11 men: Flight Sergeant James Burgess (21), Flight Sergeant Lloyd Fallon (24), Pilot Officer Charles Hill (20), Flight Sergeant Raymond James (20), Flight Sergeant Thomas Loather (21), Flight Sergeant Ronald Mallory (31), Warrant Officer Brian Marstin (22), Flight Sergeant Douglas McCauley (22), Flying Officer Alan Patton (27), Flight Sergeant Robert Throw (21), and Private Arthur Cosgrove (21).
Love her or loather her, Victoria Beckham is one of the style leaders of the last 10 years.
As a lifelong loather of this corrupt oligarchy, I long for any party to end this corrupt regime whose tentacles spread all the way down through foreign governments, MEPs, the media and local government.
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I did have a niggle in the back of my mind though - that they might be tempted to chuck into the mix the Sun columnist Kelvin McKenzie, that wellknown loather of all things Scottish.