Hateful [adjective]

Definition of Hateful:

nasty, obnoxious

Opposite/Antonyms of Hateful:

Sentence/Example of Hateful:

She told Recode that while she thinks Nextdoor can be a useful tool, she’s concerned about the way it handles content that includes misinformation and hateful posts from neighbors.

The domain registrar, Epik, warned that the site would get kicked offline after a flood of complaints about hateful, threatening content.

That may make hateful ideas seem more widespread than they are.

Posts that are hateful or controversial or play into preconceived biases tend to gain more likes, comments and shares than those that are thoughtful, lengthy or nuanced.

Aaron received thousands of letters every day as he chased down Babe Ruth’s career home run record in the 1970s, and much of it was hateful.

Of all the weeks to launch a social platform, this was a tough one, with critics arguing that the likes of Facebook and Twitter aren’t doing enough—or are doing too much—to stem hateful discourse.

More social media managers are exiting their roles because of the long hours, low pay and endless scrolling through hateful comments.

This position is at odds with plenty of evidence that hateful speech from public figures has a greater impact than similar speech from ordinary users.

YouTube today announced it’s launching a new feature that will push commenters to reconsider their hateful and offensive remarks before posting.

The company said that only 10 to 11 of every 10,000 posts that users view contain hateful content.