Hatred [noun]

Definition of Hatred:

severe dislike

Opposite/Antonyms of Hatred:

Sentence/Example of Hatred:

Through a hatred of formal schooling, my parents and I failed for many years to understand that what I really needed to succeed was being allowed to find my passion.

Political parties and politicians can no longer seek to leverage their resentment and hatreds for their own political gain.

Each organized around a loose cluster of themes—money and its New York handmaiden real estate, Lebowitz’s love of smoking and hatred of wellness culture—the episodes resemble chapters of her books.

LGBTQ supportive prosecutors have said the clarification was needed because it is often difficult to prove that hatred is the only motive behind a violent crime.

Instead, the one thing that unites the right and drives the GOP is hatred of liberals.

One source of voter enthusiasm is hatred of the other political party.

When Brie Larson was cast as Captain Marvel, she was subjected to years of hatred and an attempted boycott because she is a feminist in public.

It’s hard to remember a time when the two neighbors, both former members of the Soviet Union, weren’t full of mutual hatred and distrust.

The growing partisan hatreds and the forces driving them have been a long time in the making.

Hatred burned in his eyes at the memory, like some fire that had been banked but had never died.