Hate [noun]

Definition of Hate:

extreme dislike

Opposite/Antonyms of Hate:

Sentence/Example of Hate:

In July, brands called for—and followed through on—a month-long boycott of Facebook advertising in the name of rejecting the spread of hate.

The “Western chauvinist” group was created by Vice magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes, whose pugilistic style and penchant for causing offense has gotten him deplatformed by tech giants after the Proud Boys were designated a hate group.

The Southern Poverty Law Center identified the Proud Boys as a hate group.

You have six months where passion is great, and then six months later, you realize, I hate this person.

Love him or hate him for it, I do think he’s done great things in leading this country.

Mara hates snakes, keeping a running tally in her head on how many slither up the common pathway between our homes.

Lambda Guatemala statistics indicate there were 20 reported hate crimes against LGBTQ Guatemalans in 2019.

In June, civil-rights groups called for large advertisers to pull their spending from Facebook over concerns about the way it moderates hate speech and disinformation on its platform.

Still, any return to buying ads on both Facebook and Instagram will be based on how Facebook’s efforts to suppress hate speech stack up against its own new safeguards for hateful content online that are being developed.

Buyers expect that bigger brands will return to the platform following the release of the Community Standards Enforcement report in November with the new data point on the prevalence of hate speech on the platform.