hatable

[hey-tuh-buh l]

hateable

or hat·a·ble

[hey-tuh-buh l]
adjective
  1. meriting hatred or loathing.

Origin of hateable

First recorded in 1605–15; hate + -able
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Examples from the Web for hatable

Historical Examples of hatable

  • It was good to have definite information, to know that this Miles Morgan was hatable.

    The Madigans

    Miriam Michelson