Abhors [verb]

Definition of Abhors:

regard with contempt or disgust

Opposite/Antonyms of Abhors:

Sentence/Example of Abhors:

We abhor abuse, and Element is not an app that caters to abusive content.

That’s because Fox News profits from all the segments, all the interviews, all the comments abhorring these alleged scourges.

Philosophy abhors inconsistency, and applying deontology in some cases and consequentialism in others might come off as inconsistent.

The most High hath created medicines out of the earth, and a wise man will not abhor them.

The English public walked straight into the trap, although they abhor nothing on earth more than the duelling system.

They themselves abhor deception and they distrust no man until they find him out.

Let historians extol blood-shedding; it is woman's place to abhor it.

Much as I abhor the title of an epicure, on the other hand I feel proud of the title of genuine Epicurean.

Why does the public abhor and obstruct the physician in his study of anatomy, dissection, and autopsy on the human body?

I abhor the empire and supremacy that France arrogates to herself over Europe.