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  1. regarded with extreme disgust or hatred; detested; loathed: Toothache is one of the most abhorred forms of bodily pain.After the first free election and the departure of the abhorred dictator, a ray of hope began to shine.

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of abhor.

Origin of abhorred

First recorded in 1530–40; abhor + -ed2 for the adjective; abhor + -ed1 for the verb

Other words from abhorred

  • un·ab·horred, adjective

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