- n1. loathing, abominating, execration, hatred, hate, detestation, odium; repugnance, aversion, hostility, enmity, animosity, animus, antipathy; horror, revulsion, disgust, noisomeness.2. disdain, scorn, contempt.
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Abhorrence — … Deutsch Wikipedia
Abhorrence — Ab*hor rence, n. Extreme hatred or detestation; the feeling of utter dislike. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
abhorrence — index alienation (estrangement), contempt (disdain), disapprobation, disapproval, disdain, hatred … Law dictionary
abhorrence — (n.) 1650s; see ABHORRENT (Cf. abhorrent) + ENCE (Cf. ence) … Etymology dictionary
abhorrence — detestation, loathing, abomination, hatred, hate (see under HATE vb) Analogous words: distaste, repugnance, repellency (see corresponding adjectives at REPUGNANT): horror, dismay (see FEAR) Antonyms: admiration: enjoyment Contrasted words: esteem … New Dictionary of Synonyms
abhorrence — [n] disgust detestation, enmity, hate, hatred, horror, loathing, malice, odium, repugnance, revulsion; concepts 410,720 … New thesaurus
abhorrence — [abhôr′əns, abhär′əns] n. 1. an abhorring; loathing; detestation 2. something abhorred; something repugnant SYN. AVERSION … English World dictionary
Abhorrence — Infobox musical artist Name = Abhorrence Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Yes Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Finland Genre = Death metal Years active = 1989 1990 Label = Seraphic Decay Records Associated acts = Amorphis URL =… … Wikipedia
abhorrence — [[t]æbhɒ̱rəns, AM hɔ͟ːr [/t]] N UNCOUNT: usu with supp, oft poss N, N of n Someone s abhorrence of something is their strong hatred of it. [FORMAL] They are anxious to show their abhorrence of racism. Syn: hatred … English dictionary
abhorrence — abhorrent ► ADJECTIVE ▪ inspiring disgust and loathing. DERIVATIVES abhorrence noun … English terms dictionary
abhorrence — noun Date: 1660 1. a. the act or state of abhorring b. the feeling of one who abhors 2. one that is abhorred … New Collegiate Dictionary