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loathe
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
hate, detest, or intensely dislike
  • The Memphis police loathed Booker Sistrunk, but they were also afraid of him.
    p. 596.7
  • Herschel, meanwhile, was still on the porch and greeting Ramona's husband, a man he loathed and the loathing was mutual.
    p. 45.3
  • Herschel, meanwhile, was still on the porch and greeting Ramona's husband, a man he loathed and the loathing was mutual.
    p. 45.3
  • Most litigants, divorce or otherwise, who ran afoul of Harry Rex Vonner were miserable for the rest of their lives and loathed everything about the legal profession.
    p. 54.7
  • For a moment he sat in his car and remembered how much he loathed the town of Clanton, its courthouse, its voters, and especially his history there.
    p. 229.2
  • I loathe that man.
    p. 339.7
  • He hated wasting time as much as he loathed windy lawyers.
    p. 347.2
  • Put him, Lucien, in Wade Lanier's shoes, and he would have the jury loathing every Lang who ever lived.
    p. 382.2
  • His ex-wife loathed him almost as much as she despised Seth, and she had gleefully spread the awful but true gossip around Memphis.
    p. 478.9

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