Examples of loathing in a Sentence
She expressed her intense loathing of his hypocrisy.
She regarded his hypocrisy with loathing.
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No more disillusionment here, no more self-loathing either: Florence Welch has given up drinking and found not only a way to be more creative but the courage to get truly personal.
When each series is over, the loathing subsides at least enough for respect from both sides to set it.
Because living as -- in that person's skin has to be, just every day, self-loathing.
Generally what emerges in these reviews is fear and loathing of women.
If Democrats are not yet organized, they are certainly energized, less by specific policies than by their general loathing of Trump.
By the time Ted makes his famous apology on national television, Gargan cannot conceal his loathing.
To the extent that Trump’s candidacy offered any positive appeal, as opposed to simple loathing for his opponent, this was it.
Author of The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Suetonius was antiquity's Michael Wolff: a gossipy and glib chronicler of fear and loathing in imperial Rome.
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Definition of loathing for English Language Learners
: a very strong feeling of hatred or disgust
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