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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloathingloath‧ing /ˈləʊðɪŋ $ ˈloʊð-/ noun [singular, uncountable]  HATEa very strong feeling of hatredloathing for her loathing for her first husbandloathing of a loathing of war The nightmare left her with a sense of fear and loathing.
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loathingAgainst the shuffling columns, they have only the weapons of abuse and loathing.He searched her eyes for signs of contempt and loathing, but all he could see was sympathy.Sandra didn't dare look at him, in case he saw the fear and loathing in her eyes.I felt nothing but loathing for him after the way he'd treated me.So much so that I bought his only copy of it, and earned his cordial loathing.Stein and I have a mutual loathing.The expression of that loathing had been reserved exclusively for her.She had already fallen out with Sutton, who regarded computers with unconcealed loathing.I think of it with loathing and dread; have visions of designing the no-need-to-clear-mask and then return to reality.When your whole being was overflowing with loathing and hate there was no room for fear.loathing forThe more he called me "Sugar, " the more my loathing for him increased.
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