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hatred noun

ADJ. bitter, deep, intense, passionate, pure, violent She shot him a look of pure hatred. | absolute, implacable | blind, irrational | class, ethnic, racial, religious

VERB + HATRED be filled with, be full of, feel, have She was full of hatred and bitterness. He has a deep hatred of the police. | incite, stir up He is accused of stirring up racial hatred.

HATRED + VERB flare (up) Hatred flared up inside her.

PREP. in/with ~ She stared at it in hatred. | ~ against inciting religious hatred against the Catholic minority | ~ between the intense hatred between the two communities | ~ for I felt no hatred for him. | ~ of his hatred of women | ~ towards their hatred towards the oppressors

PHRASES a feeling of hatred