hate

Vilipend vs Hate - What's the difference?

vilipend | hate |


As verbs the difference between vilipend and hate

is that vilipend is to despise while hate is .

As a noun hate is

haste, impatience.

Hate vs Disgusting - What's the difference?

hate | disgusting |


As verbs the difference between hate and disgusting

is that hate is while disgusting is .

As a noun hate

is haste, impatience.

As an adjective disgusting is

causing disgust; repulsive; distasteful.

Prefer vs Hate - What's the difference?

prefer | hate |


As verbs the difference between prefer and hate

is that prefer is while hate is .

As a noun hate is

haste, impatience.

Hit vs Hate - What's the difference?

hit | hate |


As nouns the difference between hit and hate

is that hit is while hate is haste, impatience.

As a verb hate is

.

Loave vs Hate - What's the difference?

loave | hate |


As nouns the difference between loave and hate

is that loave is while hate is haste, impatience.

As verbs the difference between loave and hate

is that loave is while hate is .

Venomous vs Hate - What's the difference?

venomous | hate |


As an adjective venomous

is full of venom.

As a noun hate is

haste, impatience.

As a verb hate is

.

Execrate vs Hate - What's the difference?

execrate | hate |


As verbs the difference between execrate and hate

is that execrate is to feel loathing for; abhor while hate is .

As a noun hate is

haste, impatience.

Hate vs War - What's the difference?

hate | war |


As a noun hate

is haste, impatience.

As a verb hate

is .

As a proper noun war is

the personification of war, often depicted in armor, and riding a red horse.

Ignore vs Hate - What's the difference?

ignore | hate |


As verbs the difference between ignore and hate

is that ignore is while hate is .

As a noun hate is

haste, impatience.

Hate vs Dread - What's the difference?

hate | dread |


As nouns the difference between hate and dread

is that hate is haste, impatience while dread is great fear in view of impending evil; fearful apprehension of danger; anticipatory terror.

As verbs the difference between hate and dread

is that hate is while dread is to fear greatly.

As an adjective dread is

terrible; greatly feared.

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