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loathful

[ lohth-fuhl ]
/ ˈloʊð fəl /
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adjective
Scot. bashful; reluctant.
hateful; loathsome.
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Origin of loathful

First recorded in 1400–50, loathful is from the late Middle English word lothfull.See loath, -ful

OTHER WORDS FROM loathful

un·loath·ful, adjective
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