- 1 Can you abhor a person?
- 2 What does abhorrence mean?
- 3 How do you use abhor?
- 4 What does Villany mean in the Bible?
- 5 What’s the strongest word for love?
- 6 What’s a word worse than hate?
- 7 What is a picturesque?
- 8 What does celestial mean in English?
- 9 What does abide mean?
- 10 What part of speech is abhor?
- 11 What is the meaning of abominate?
- 12 What is the noun of abhor?
- 13 What is a nehelamite?
Can you abhor a person?
The definition of abhor is to really hate something or someone. An example of abhor is an animal right’s activists feelings about hunting.
What does abhorrence mean?
b: a feeling of strong repugnance or disgust: loathing an abhorrence of war. 2: something regarded as repugnant or disgusting Slavery is an abhorrence.
How do you use abhor?
Abhor sentence example
- I abhor this type of insulting behavior.
- People who seek peace abhor violence.
- If you abhor racism, you can make a difference by fighting it.
- I abhor the conditions under which we commercially raise farm animals today.
What does Villany mean in the Bible?
[Written also villany.] The quality or state of being a villain, or villainous; extreme depravity; atrocious wickedness; as, the villainy of the seducer.
What’s the strongest word for love?
- 1 1. Lust.
- 2 2. Affection.
- 3 3. Desire.
- 4 4. Passion.
- 5 5. Ardor.
- 6 Conclusion.
What’s a word worse than hate?
abhor Add to list Share. If you abhor something, it gives you a feeling of complete hatred. Chances are you abhor that kid who used to torture the frogs in biology class. Abhor is from Latin abhorrere — “to shrink back in horror.” It is the strongest way in English to express hatred, even stronger than loathe.
What is a picturesque?
1a: resembling a picture: suggesting a painted scene. b: charming or quaint in appearance. 2: evoking mental images: vivid.
What does celestial mean in English?
(Entry 1 of 2) 1: of, relating to, or suggesting heaven or divinity celestial beings. 2: of or relating to the sky or visible heavens the sun, moon, and stars are celestial bodies.
What does abide mean?
intransitive verb. 1: to remain stable or fixed in a state a love that abided with him all his days. 2: to continue in a place: sojourn will abide in the house of the Lord. abide by. 1: to conform to abide by the rules.
What part of speech is abhor?
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What is the meaning of abominate?
transitive verb. formal.: to hate or loathe intensely: abhor Above all he abominated intolerance …—
What is the noun of abhor?
a feeling of extreme repugnance or aversion; utter loathing; abomination.
What is a nehelamite?
Shemaiah the Nehelamite, a false prophet who went with the captives to Babylon and who opposed Jeremiah (Jeremiah 29:24, 31-32). Shemaiah son of Galal, a Levite listed as the father of a man living in the city of Jerusalem after the end of the Babylonian captivity (I Chronicles 9:16)