Examples of detest in a Sentence
I detest pepperoni, and wouldn't eat it if you paid me!
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Walker and then-teammate Gerald Henderson went to new coach Steve Clifford determined to change all that, because those two so detested losing.
In recent months, Turkey has been fighting a media war with both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, which also detests Erdogan's coziness with Islamists and support of its rival, Qatar.
Get our daily newsletter Mr Kaczynski has chosen to stay in the shadows, perhaps to avoid inflaming the large segment of Polish voters who detest his brand of nationalist populism.
But Hyon’s troupe, made up of young North Korean women known for their beauty, is expected to steal the Olympic show among South Koreans, many of whom detest the North Korean regime but feel ethnic affinity for their northern neighbors.
From the lowest rank to the highest, there is nothing more detested than the idea and reality of a parade.
Will the Trump administration, which detests the ACA and seeks to curb regulation, decide Idaho is moving in the right direction?
However, even though the horse-collar was legal at the time, head coach Bill Walsh detested it.
Jill had a dry sense of humor, detested the feel of sand on her feet and adored her cat, Jackson.
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Origin and Etymology of detest
have it in for;
Synonym Discussion of detest
- hated the enemy with a passion
- detests cowards
- a crime abhorred by all
- abominates all forms of violence
- loathed the mere sight of them
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