Abhor in a Sentence


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Abhor - Definition


to reject something very strongly; hate

Use Abhor in a sentence



I abhor liars.


We abhor violence against others and respect everyone, regardless of a person's race, color and creed.


Work at a job that you love, not one that you abhor.


She would abhor the thought of writing a 40-page research paper.


If you abhor mathematics so much, why not switch majors?



Sitting in the waiting room for 2 hours is something I abhor with a passion.


Remember to sign the petition against tax increases if you abhor getting more money docked from your paycheck!


Michelle would abhor being the bearer of most jokes.


You abhor the dentist, but you love the doctor?


Taking out the trash is a chore many kids abhor.


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Abhor synonyms


hate, despise, dislike, detest




Abhor antonyms


like, enjoy, love, adore, cherish, admire