hatred

noun
ADJECTIVE
bitter, deep, intense, passionate, pure, violent

She shot him a look of pure hatred.

absolute, implacable
blind, irrational
class, ethnic, race, racial, religious
mutual
VERB + HATRED
be filled with, be full of, feel, have

She was full of hatred and bitterness.

He has a deep hatred of the police.

incite, preach, stir up

He is accused of stirring up racial hatred.

breed, fuel

Ignorance can breed hatred.

express
HATRED + VERB
flare (esp. AmE)

Hatred flared inside her.

PREPOSITION
in hatred, with hatred

She stared at it in hatred.

hatred against

They were blamed for inciting hatred against religious minorities.

hatred between

the intense hatred between the two communities

hatred for

I felt no hatred for him.

hatred of

his hatred of women

hatred towards/toward

their hatred towards/toward the oppressors

PHRASES
a feeling of hatred

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  • HATRED — (Heb. שִׂנְאָה), overt or covert ill will. The Torah explicitly prohibits hatred of one s fellow in the verse Thou shall not hate thy brother in thine heart (Lev. 19:17). Hatred is understood by the rabbis as essentially a matter of mental… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Hatred — • In general, a vehement aversion entertained by one person for another, or for something more or less identified with that other Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hatred     Hatred …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hatred — or hate is a word that describes intense feelings of dislike. It can be used in a wide variety of contexts, from hatred of inanimate objects to hatred of other people. Philosophers have offered many influential definitions of hatred. Rene… …   Wikipedia

  • Hatred — Ha tred (h[=a] tr[e^]d), n. [OE. hatred, hatreden. See {Hate}, and cf. {Kindred}.] Strong aversion; intense dislike; hate; an affection of the mind awakened by something regarded as evil. Syn: Odium; ill will; enmity; hate; animosity;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hatred — Bandfoto 2008 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • hatred — I noun abhorrence, abomination, animosity, animus, antagonism, antipathy, aversion, defamation, detestation, dislike, enmity, hostility, ill feeling, ill will, intolerance, loathing, malevolence, odium, prejudice, revulsion II index conflict,… …   Law dictionary

  • hatred — early 13c., from HATE (Cf. hate) + rare suffix red, from O.E. ræden state, condition, related to verb rædan to advise, discuss, rule, read, guess. See READ (Cf. read) and Cf. second element of KINDRED (Cf. kindred) and proper names Æþelræd and …   Etymology dictionary

  • hatred — 1 *hate Analogous words: animosity, *enmity, hostility, rancor: aversion, *antipathy: malevolence, malignity, malignancy, ill will, despite, *malice: envy, jealousy (see corresponding adjectives at ENVIOUS) Contrasted words: love, affection, * …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • hatred — [n] severe dislike abhorrence, abomination, acrimony, alienation, allergy to*, animosity, animus, antagonism, antipathy, aversion, bitterness, coldness, contempt, detestation, disapproval, disfavor, disgust, displeasure, distaste, enmity, envy,… …   New thesaurus

  • hatred — ► NOUN ▪ intense hate …   English terms dictionary

  • hatred — [hā′trid] n. [ME < hate, hate + red, reden < OE ræden, state, condition] strong dislike or ill will; hate …   English World dictionary

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