Definition of Abhor in English :

Define Abhor in English

Abhor meaning in English

Meaning of Abhor in English

Pronunciation of Abhor in English

Abhor pronunciation in English

Pronounce Abhor in English

Abhor

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1. abhor, abominate, execrate, loathe

find repugnant

Example Sentences:
'I loathe that man'
'She abhors cats'

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Abhor

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verb -hors, -horring or -horred
(transitive)
to detest vehemently; find repugnant; reject

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Abhor

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verb transitiveWord forms: abˈhorred or abˈhorring
to shrink from in disgust, hatred, etc.; detest

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Abhor

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tr.v. ab·horred, ab·hor·ring, ab·hors
To regard with horror or loathing; detest: "The problem with Establishment Republicans is they abhor the unseemliness of a political brawl" (Patrick J. Buchanan).

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