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hate-read

or hate·read, hate read

[ heyt-reed ]
/ ˈheɪtˌrid /
Informal.
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verb (used with object), hate-read [heyt-red], /ˈheɪtˌrɛd/, hate-read·ing.
to read (a blog, newspaper, etc.) that one professes to dislike, often with the intention to mock or criticize.
verb (used without object), hate-read [heyt-red], /ˈheɪtˌrɛd/, hate-read·ing.
to engage in this activity.
noun
a blog, newspaper, etc., that one hate-reads.
the activity of hate-reading: my hate-read of her weekly column.
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