hated


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hate

 (hāt)
v. hat·ed, hat·ing, hates
v.tr.
1. To feel strong dislike for or hostility toward: rivals who hate each other.
2. To feel dislike or distaste for: hates washing dishes; hates to get up early.
3. To be disinclined (to do something) out of politeness or a need to apologize: I hate to interrupt, but can I ask you a quick question?
v.intr.
To feel hatred.
n.
Intense animosity or dislike; hatred.
Idiom:
hate on (someone) Slang
To ridicule, insult, or act hatefully toward: Stop hating on them—they're my friends.

[Middle English haten, from Old English hatian. N., Middle English, from Old English hete.]

hat′er n.

hated

(ˈheɪtɪd)
adj
detested
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.hated - treated with contempt
unloved - not loved
Translations
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hated

[ˈheɪtɪd] adj (= detested) → détesté(e)

hated

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References in classic literature ?
To such an extent was he tormented, that he hated blindly and without the faintest spark of reason.
Now, as both of these gentlemen were industrious in taking every opportunity of recommending themselves to the widow, they apprehended one certain method was, by giving her son the constant preference to the other lad; and as they conceived the kindness and affection which Mr Allworthy showed the latter, must be highly disagreeable to her, they doubted not but the laying hold on all occasions to degrade and vilify him, would be highly pleasing to her; who, as she hated the boy, must love all those who did him any hurt.
Now, concerning the characteristics of which mention is made above, I have spoken of the more important ones, the others I wish to discuss briefly under this generality, that the prince must consider, as has been in part said before, how to avoid those things which will make him hated or contemptible; and as often as he shall have succeeded he will have fulfilled his part, and he need not fear any danger in other reproaches.
Less difficult it was to guess whom he hated than whom he did not hate.
I am not a spiteful man, I have never hated anyone, but I hate her with my whole soul, and I cannot even forgive her, because I hate her too much for all the wrong she has done me
Like the balance of Malbihn's followers, this boy hated his master cordially--fear being the only bond that held him to the white man.
Yester- day, when he had imagined the universe to be against him, he had hated it, little gods and big gods; to-day he hated the army of the foe with the same great hatred.
I had not been treated like that even at school, though they all hated me.
Anne, there have been times this past winter and spring when I have HATED you.
She might hate me, and revile me, and heap indignity after indignity upon me, as she already had, until I should have hated her; but the pitiful fact remained that I loved her, and I couldn't leave her there alone.
When they prayed for those who hate us, she tried to think of her enemies and people who hated her, in order to pray for them.
Perhaps Stroeve's passion excited without satisfying that part of her nature, and she hated Strickland because she felt in him the power to give her what she needed.