loathing


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loath·ing

 (lō′thĭng)
n.
Great dislike; abhorrence.

loathing

(ˈləʊðɪŋ)
n
abhorrence; disgust
ˈloathingly adv

loath•ing

(ˈloʊ ðɪŋ)

n.
strong dislike or disgust; intense aversion.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.loathing - hate coupled with disgustloathing - hate coupled with disgust    
disgust - strong feelings of dislike
hate, hatred - the emotion of intense dislike; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action

loathing

loathing

noun
Translations
تَقَزُّز، إشْمِئزاز
odpor
afsky
iljetysinhovastenmielisyys
óbeit

loathing

[ˈləʊðɪŋ] Nodio m
it fills me with loathingme repugna
the loathing which I felt for himel odio que sentía hacia or por él

loathing

[ˈləʊðɪŋ] nrépugnance f

loathing

nAbscheu m

loathing

[ˈləʊðɪŋ] n (hatred) → odio; (disgust) → ribrezzo, disgusto
it fills me with loathing → mi riempie di disgusto, mi fa ribrezzo

loathe

(ləuð) verb
to hate very much.
ˈloathing noun
great dislike and disgust.
ˈloathsome adjective
horrible.
References in classic literature ?
Not my hatred, but my loathing, gnawed hungrily at my life
Should he reach destination methinks I shall have rendered some service to Your Excellency, as from many parts I am urged to send him off, so as to dispel the loathing and disgust caused by another Don Quixote who, under the name of Second Part, has run masquerading through the whole world.
He was silent for a few moments - looking gloomily across at the girl, loathing the thought that she, his ideal of all those things which most become a woman, graceful, handsome, perfectly bred, should ever be brought into contact at all with such a man as this one whose confidence she was planning to gain.
This physical loathing for alcohol I have never got over.
There was something in its expression that filled him with disgust and loathing.
And of course he knows himself that he is doing himself no sort of good with his moans; he knows better than anyone that he is only lacerating and harassing himself and others for nothing; he knows that even the audience before whom he is making his efforts, and his whole family, listen to him with loathing, do not put a ha'porth of faith in him, and inwardly understand that he might moan differently, more simply, without trills and flourishes, and that he is only amusing himself like that from ill-humour, from malignancy.
He has declared he can prove to me (if I will permit him) that I am, in your secret heart, an object of loathing to you; that you shrink from touching me; that you curse the hour when you were foolish enough to make me your wife.
It was Tars Tarkas, and I could read his thoughts as they were an open book for the undisguised loathing upon his face.
He has taken me by the hand, and I have walked by the side of his chair, loathing it, loathing myself, out on to the terrace and down below, just where it happened.
This child's presence always and infallibly called up in Vronsky that strange feeling of inexplicable loathing which he had experienced of late.
This man, who might have brought us to the king in three days, led us out of the way through horrid deserts destitute of water, or where what we found was so foul, nauseous, and offensive, that it excited a loathing and aversion which nothing but extreme necessity could have overcome.
But this feeling was shortly followed by another which restored him to himself--a fierce loathing, and a desire to kill, such as he had never experienced before.