General or widespread hatred or disgust incurred by someone as a result of their actions: he incurred widespread odium for military failures and government corruption
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- It was a clever stratagem for defeating the tax proposals without incurring the popular odium for doing so.
- Stalin's military and political dispositions once the war started have incurred odium.
- He concluded: ‘I am sorry if you are genuinely unaware of the public odium against your company in the West of London.’
disgust, abhorrence, repugnance, revulsion, repulsion, loathing, detestation, hatred, hate, execration, obloquy, dislike, disapproval, disapprobation, distaste, disfavour, aversion, antipathy, animosity, animus, enmity, hostility, contempt, censure, condemnation;
disgrace, shame, opprobrium, discredit, dishonour, disrepute, ill repute, infamy, notoriety, ignominy, stigma, loss of face, humiliation, unpopularity
Early 17th century: from Latin, 'hatred', from the verb stem od- 'hate'.
Palabras que riman con odiumodeum, plasmodium, podium, sodium
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Saltos de línea: odium
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