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loathe
used in The Bourne Supremacy

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Definition
hate, detest, or intensely dislike
  • Webb climbed off the rocks and once again went up the path through the wild grass to the street and started back towards the old Victorian house, loathing its sudden, frightening, unfair emptiness.
    Chapter 6 (4% in)
  • They usually occurred once or twice a month, several days at a time when he'd block out his life in a drunken sea of self-loathing.
    Chapter 16 (70% in)
  • I say "was", for since an hour ago the loathsome creature is dead, shot through the head, his throat cut for all to know that he, too, was a traitor!
    Chapter 27 (4% in)
  • You think they have less loathing for traitors than we do?
    Chapter 27 (26% in)
  • Think about Echo,' said Bourne, his own eyes returning the killer's loathing.
    Chapter 29 (34% in)
  • 'Medusa!' whispered Sheng with loathing.
    Chapter 36 (88% in)
  • I loathe him.
    Chapter 37 (**% in)

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