Definition of loathe in English:

loathe

Syllabification: loathe
Pronunciation: /lōT͟H
 
/

verb

[with object]

Derivatives

loather

noun
More example sentences
  • It seemed absurd in many ways, yet I was trying my hardest to keep in step with the my fellow loathers and any slip off the edge of anti-Americanism would get me a tongue lashing from one person or another.
  • It's so light and tasty, I've even convinced avid spinach loathers.
  • If we look at racism then, despite all the self loathers, there is a good deal less racism nowadays than when I was a teenager.

Origin

Old English lāthian, of Germanic origin; related to loath.

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