hatred

[hey-trid]
noun
the feeling of one who hates; intense dislike or extreme aversion or hostility.

Origin:
1125–75; Middle English; see hate, -red

prehatred, noun
self-hatred, noun


animosity, detestation, loathing, abomination.


attraction, love.
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hatred (ˈheɪtrɪd)
 
n
a feeling of intense dislike; enmity

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hatred
c.1175, from M.E. hate (see hate) + rare suffix -red, from O.E. ræden "state, condition," related to verb rædan "to advise, discuss, rule, read, guess." See read and cf. second element of kindred and proper names Æþelræd and Alfred.
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Hatred definition


among the works of the flesh (Gal. 5:20). Altogether different is the meaning of the word in Deut. 21:15; Matt. 6:24; Luke 14:26; Rom. 9:13, where it denotes only a less degree of love.

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Example sentences
Now it is up to the federal courts to prevent the hatred from spreading further.
My query is whether such hatred is necessary if a writer's mind is as good as
  his pen.
We see hatred and jealousy all over the world becoming manifested in the form
  of terrorism.
The hatred of other cultures and lifestyles is similar to a distaste for
  other's art forms.
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