Edith's visit, so futile, so unlike her, had been prompted by the hatefulness of her nature.
He was not, however, thinking of their hatefulness now, as he had come with an intention.
It holds up before man the hatefulness and ugliness of vice as a whole.
The hatefulness, the impossible arrogance and insolence of the man, she had thought!
The four kickers looked miffed but they didnt try any hatefulness with her, so far as I could see.
In the former, we are taught the preciousness of the Sacrifice; in the latter, the hatefulness of sin.
But repinings only added to the hatefulness of his situation.
She presses her hands still closer against her eyes, as though to shut out from her own mind the hatefulness of such a thought.
Time went on, but her attitude to it never developed beyond this alternate recognition of its hatefulness and its goodness.
For man's sake He must show His hate of sin that man, too, might know its hatefulness and learn to hate it with intensest hate.