verb (used with object), hat·ed, hat·ing.
verb (used without object), hat·ed, hat·ing.
Origin of hate
Examples from the Web for hating
Contrary to the conventional wisdom, there is nothing intrinsically “progressive” about hating suburbs.
Having reviewed anti-Israeli agitprop masquerading as theater, I was prepared to join critics in hating The Death of Klinghoffer.
Hating on Gwyneth Paltrow and judging her self-appointed lifestyle ambassadorship is so passé.Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin Consciously Couple|Kevin Fallon|August 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Well, I, for one, think lack of exposure plays a role in hating other groups.Meet the Man Running for Congress on an Anti-Muslim Platform|Dean Obeidallah|July 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They were unhinged souls looking for a cause and found it in the belief that hating the government was patriotic.
Excitement, too, had lent a warmer pink to her apple cheeks, and her blue eyes were like deep and hating stars.
Why your reasons for hating those two ought to be even stronger than mine.The Tree of Knowledge|Mrs. Baillie Reynolds
And the next moment she was hating herself for the folly which asked the question.Persuasion|Jane Austen
We are shorter than usual just now, said Jess, hating the phrase that comes so often to the lips of poverty.The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
He is thus a minute man, ready for action in a minute, and hating to lose the minutes.The Little Gleaner, Vol. X.|Various
British Dictionary definitions for hating
Word Origin for hate
Idioms and Phrases with hating
In addition to the idiom beginning with hate
- hate someone's guts
- somebody up there loves (hates) me