He was styled the "swaggering prime minister," and his name was long pronounced with contempt and odium.
I would like to say that I have no fear of the odium of the designation of iconoclast.
When a woman leaves her tentative husband, she takes herself and her babies back to the paternal topik, and no odium attaches.
And the odium for all this fell especially on President Wilson.
Would you advise us, in such a case, to proceed to the Duke's presence, with the odium of this action attached to us?
The appropriation of the money did not lessen the odium of the tax.
The odium which attached to him when alive has not been removed by his death.
Another cause of odium had been Manourie's tale of his habit of reviling the King.
The gentleman from South Carolina had said, that to pass this resolution would be to pass an odium upon our public officers.
His faults, and even his virtues, contributed to this odium.
c.1600, "fact of being hated," from Latin odium "ill-will, hatred, grudge, animosity; offense, offensive conduct," related to odi "I hate" (infinitive odisse), from PIE root *od- "to hate" (cf. Armenian ateam "I hate," Old Norse atall, Old English atol "dire, horrid, loathsome"). Meaning "hatred, detestation" is from 1650s. Often in an extended form, e.g. odium theologicum "hatred which is proverbially characteristic of theological disputes" (1670s).