Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld loathed nation building, which he believed bred dependence.
He loathed the neocons who ran the Pentagon, and fiercely opposed the Iraq War as an unforgivable misuse of the American military.
The truth is, Ram Singh was too loathed a man for answers to be diligently sought.
And in the Muslim world, where hopes for Obama were greatest, America is as loathed as ever.
When he purchased the Tribune Company last year, it was clear he loathed the business.
There was nothing Ansell loathed so much as the hearty Britisher; but he shook hands, and they stared at each other awkwardly.
The more she gave up herself to the one, the more she loathed the other.
Quite suddenly she loathed the gray carpet on the floor, the pink chairs, the shaded lamps.
An' I might have loathed un then—had I not pitied un so greatly.
He could not withdraw honourably—no rule had been infringed—yet he loathed the stake for which they struggled.