Loathe is defined as to intensely dislike someone or something.
An example of loathe is how a person who mosquitoes love to bite feels about mosquitoes.
Origin of loathe
From Middle English lothe, from Old English lÄÃ¾ian. Cognate with Old Norse leiÃ°ask (> Danish ledes, Icelandic leiÃ°ast) (all reflexive), German leiden.
I loathe these horrible roads, but I love the places they take you.
To know John well was to loathe him, as every contemporary chronicle bears witness.
This seems like an unusual move for an actress who has been mindful of her image and publicity and has been loathe to do even a basic swimsuit photo shoot, let alone something for a men's magazine like Maxim.
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She instantly became a household name, and whether you love her or loathe her, there's no denying that she is one of the best-known female political figures in the country.