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loathe
used in Of Human Bondage

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Definition
hate, detest, or intensely dislike
  • He began to loathe his lodgings and the long solitary evenings he spent in them.
    37-38 — Chapters 37-38 (13% in)
  • The rest of the boys, for reasons best known to themselves, though they loathed the master, took his side in the affair, and, to show their indignation that the school's business had been dealt with outside, made things as uncomfortable as they could for Walters' younger brother, who still remained.
    15-16 — Chapters 15-16 (79% in)
  • "For ten months I've loathed it all, I've loathed the work, I've loathed the office, I loathe Loudon.
    37-38 — Chapters 37-38 (97% in)
  • "For ten months I've loathed it all, I've loathed the work, I've loathed the office, I loathe Loudon.
    37-38 — Chapters 37-38 (97% in)
  • "For ten months I've loathed it all, I've loathed the work, I've loathed the office, I loathe Loudon.
    37-38 — Chapters 37-38 (97% in)
  • "For ten months I've loathed it all, I've loathed the work, I've loathed the office, I loathe Loudon.
    37-38 — Chapters 37-38 (98% in)
  • He was envious of everyone else's success, and had a peculiar, personal loathing of the impressionists; for he looked upon his own failure as due to the mad fashion which had attracted the public, sale bete, to their works.
    43-44 — Chapters 43-44 (5% in)
  • Philip loathed him now and he was tired; he had not been sleeping well, for he dreamed constantly of Fanny Price in the torn brown dress, hanging from the nail in the ceiling; but he could not think of an excuse.
    49-50 — Chapters 49-50 (19% in)
  • Philip loathed them, and yet his heart ached with the infinite pity which filled him.
    49-50 — Chapters 49-50 (47% in)
  • He expected that presently she would take the opportunity to say something to him; he thought she would ask why he never came to one of her tables now, and he had prepared an answer charged with all the loathing he felt for her.
    55-56 — Chapters 55-56 (93% in)
  • He loathed and despised himself for loving her.
    59-60 — Chapters 59-60 (13% in)
  • He thought sometimes of the winter, during which he had been obsessed by a hideous passion, and he was filled with loathing for Mildred and with horror of himself.
    65-66 — Chapters 65-66 (92% in)
  • He repeated to himself over and over again that he loathed Mildred, and, ascribing to Griffiths this new disappointment, he hated him so much that he knew what was the delight of murder: he walked about considering what a joy it would be to come upon him on a dark night and stick a knife into his throat, just about the carotid artery, and leave him to die in the street like a dog.
    77-78 — Chapters 77-78 (49% in)
  • He did not care if she was in distress, it served her right whatever it was, he thought of her with hatred, and the love he had had for her aroused his loathing.
    109-110 — Chapters 109-110 (4% in)
  • It was strange, but he was actually sorry to leave these people whom he thought he had loathed, and when he drove away from the house in Harrington Street it was with no exultation.
    111-112 — Chapters 111-112 (11% in)
  • His gruffness was little more than a protection which he wore to hide a complete disillusionment; and to Philip it seemed tragic to see him just waiting for death, not impatiently, but rather with loathing for it, hating old age and unable to resign himself to its limitations, and yet with the feeling that death was the only solution of the bitterness of his life.
    117-118 — Chapters 117-118 (38% in)

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