Examples of loathing in a Sentence
She expressed her intense loathing of his hypocrisy.
She regarded his hypocrisy with loathing.
Recent Examples of loathing from the Web
There is little suggestion of self-loathing, outside of Elio’s awkwardness around his parents’ gay friends.
The industry’s response to the loathing of large sectors of the American public has been the same tack taken by the late-night comedians — to write off their previously broad audience and cater to the views of their remaining partisan one.
The beginning of the session for Hell Or Highwater was like a self-immolation of self-loathing.
In ways made apparent throughout the play, Cecil is a surrogate for Shakespeare’s Richard III, whose introspective self-loathing is broken by bouts of playful and even charismatic exuberance.
For the record, the tongue-in-cheek tee wasn't a birthday exclusive made by Rihanna herself in a fit of self-loathing.
Or, what if senior FBI officials running the investigation of Obama had expressed loathing for the candidate and his voters?
Even the pummeling the Eagles gave the Vikings has prompted nothing close to fear nor loathing.
America's outlook on Indian life is by turns lionizing and loathing, honorific and ostracizing.
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Definition of loathing for English Language Learners
: a very strong feeling of hatred or disgust
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