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[hˈe͡ɪtɹɪd], [hˈe‍ɪtɹɪd], [h_ˈeɪ_t_ɹ_ɪ_d]

Synonyms for Hatred:

emotion (noun)

anger, emotion, excitement, fear, feeling, mood, passion, sadness, sensation, sentiment, sympathy, temperment.

enmity (noun)

adverseness, alienation, animosity, antagonism, antipathy, averseness, bad blood, bitterness, coldness, combativeness, conflict, contention, contrariety, coolness, discordance, dislike, enmity, friction, hard feelings, hostility, incompatibility, inharmoniousness, inimicality, loathing, malevolence, malice, opposition, polarity, quarrelsomeness, rancor, resentment, spitefulness, surliness, tension, unfriendliness, wrath.

hate (noun)

abhorrence, abomination, acrimony, aversion, detestation, disaffection, disgust, hate, repugnance, repulsion.

malevolence (noun)

bane, cattiness, corrosiveness, evil, foulness, hatefulness, hurtfulness, ill nature, maliciousness, malignancy, meanness, nastiness, sinisterness, venom, viciousness, virulence, wickedness.

Other synonyms and related words:

Acrimoniousness, Disrelish, abhor, abominate, abuse, accuse, acerbity, aggression, alienate, allergy, allergy to, anathematize, animadvert, animus, annoyance, apprehension, ardent, argument, atrocity, aversation, bad feeling, be abhorrent of, be hateful, be treated unjustly, be wronged, begrudge, belligerence, belligerency, bemoan, bewail, bickering, bigotry, bitchiness, bitter pill, bitter resentment, blood, burning, byssa, call, canine madness, clash, clashing, cold sweat, collision, complain, concern, contempt, contumely, creeping flesh, curse, demonophobia, denounce, despisal, despise, despite, despitefulness, detest, disagree, disagreement, disapproval, discord, discrimination, disdain, disesteem, disfavor, disfavour, disgrace, disgracefulness, disinclination, disliking, displeasure, dispute, disquiet, disrespect, dissension, distaste, distrust, dread, eager, egregiousness, embitteredness, enemy, envenom, envy, estrange, estrangement, excite hatred, execrate, execration, extreme dislike, falling out, false charge, fanaticism, fear and loathing, ferocious, fervent, fervid, feud, fiendism, fierce, fiery, forcible, furious, fury, gall, gall and wormwood, grievance, grudge, grumble, gynephobia, heated, heinousness, horrify, horror, hot, hydrophobia, ignominy, ill-will, impassioned, impetuous, incense, indifference, indignation, indisposition, infamy, iniquity, intense, intense dislike, invidiousness, irritate, keen, loathe, loathsomeness, malignance, malignity, militance, militancy, misandry, misanthropy, misogyny, monstrosity, mortal antipathy, mortal horror, mutter, nausea, negrophobia, nervousness, no use for, not be worthwhile, nuisance, object of execration, object of hatred, odium, opine, opprobrium, outrage, passionate, peccancy, phobia, pique, plague, poison, poisonousness, praise, prejudice, provoke hatred, pugnacity, qualm, quarrel, queasiness, race hatred, racism, rancour, reluctance, remonstrate, repel, repellence, repellency, repugnancy, resent, resentfulness, revenge, revulsion, rile, rivalry, roil, rooted antipathy, rooted horror, scorn, set against, shame, shamefulness, shout, shuddering, sickener, source of annoyance, sow dissension, spite, spleen, squabble, strife, strong, strong dislike, suspicion, terror, tizzy, truculence, truculency, turn, uncongeniality, unkindheartedness, unpopularity, unsavory, unwarmheartedness, unwillingness, vehement, vendetta, vengefulness, venomousness, vials of hate, vials of wrath, vileness, villainy, vindictiveness, violent, virulency, vitriol, warm, worry, xenophobia.

Quotes for Hatred:

  1. You know what black hatred women feel toward me as soon as they see me, until I return inside my shell, they use every possible weapon. As soon as a generous man tries to help me out, a woman is here to hold his arm and prevent him from acting. Camille Claudel.
  2. Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor hell a fury like a woman scorned. William Congreve.
  3. Acting in anger and hatred throughout my life, I frequently precipitated what I feared most, the loss of friendships and the need to rely upon the very people I'd abused. Luke Ford.