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Feelings of hatred or disliking

hatred

noun

a very strong feeling that you dislike someone or something very much

dislike

noun

a feeling of not liking someone or something

contempt

noun

a feeling that someone or something is unimportant and deserves no respect

disgust

noun

a very strong feeling of not liking something

antagonism

noun

a strong feeling of disliking someone, usually a feeling that has existed for a long time

animosity

noun

a strong feeling of disliking someone or something

revulsion

noun

an extreme feeling of disliking someone or something that is so unpleasant that you feel slightly ill

loathing

noun

a strong feeling of disliking something or someone very much

repulsion

noun

a strong feeling of disliking someone or something that is so unpleasant that you feel slightly ill when you see them or think about them

enmity

noun

a feeling of strong dislike or opposition between people

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