Hatable
Hatable Hat"a*ble (h[=a]t"[.a]*b'l), a. [From {Hate}.] Capable of being, or deserving to be, hated; odious; detestable. [1913 Webster]

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  • hatable — hate ► VERB ▪ feel intense dislike for or a strong aversion towards. ► NOUN 1) intense dislike; strong aversion. 2) informal a disliked person or thing. 3) (before a noun ) denoting hostile actions motivated by intense dislike or prejudice: a… …   English terms dictionary

  • hatable — variant of hateable * * * /hay teuh beuhl/, adj. hateable. * * * hātˈable or hateˈable adjective Deserving to be hated • • • Main Entry: ↑hate * * * hatable var. of hateable …   Useful english dictionary

  • hatable — /hay teuh beuhl/, adj. hateable. * * * …   Universalium

  • hatable — /ˈheɪtəbəl/ (say haytuhbuhl) adjective → hateable …   Australian English dictionary

  • hateable — /hay teuh beuhl/, adj. meriting hatred or loathing. Also, hatable. [1605 15; HATE + ABLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • hate — verb feel intense dislike for or a strong aversion towards. noun 1》 intense dislike; strong aversion. 2》 informal a disliked person or thing: Richard s pet hate is filling in tax forms. Derivatives hatable (also hateable) adjective hater noun… …   English new terms dictionary

  • hateable — /ˈheɪtəbəl/ (say haytuhbuhl) adjective deserving to be hated. Also, hatable …   Australian English dictionary

  • hate — ► VERB ▪ feel intense dislike for or a strong aversion towards. ► NOUN 1) intense dislike; strong aversion. 2) informal a disliked person or thing. 3) (before a noun ) denoting hostile actions motivated by intense dislike or prejudice: a hate… …   English terms dictionary

  • hateable — hate ► VERB ▪ feel intense dislike for or a strong aversion towards. ► NOUN 1) intense dislike; strong aversion. 2) informal a disliked person or thing. 3) (before a noun ) denoting hostile actions motivated by intense dislike or prejudice: a… …   English terms dictionary

  • hater — hate ► VERB ▪ feel intense dislike for or a strong aversion towards. ► NOUN 1) intense dislike; strong aversion. 2) informal a disliked person or thing. 3) (before a noun ) denoting hostile actions motivated by intense dislike or prejudice: a… …   English terms dictionary

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