Hatefulness



[heyt-fuh l] /ˈheɪt fəl/

adjective
1.
arousing or deserving to be :
the hateful oppression of dictators.
2.
unpleasant; dislikable; distasteful:
She found her domestic chores hateful.
3.
full of or expressing ; malignant; malevolent:
a hateful denunciatory speech.
/ˈheɪtfʊl/
adjective
1.
causing or deserving hate; loathsome; detestable
2.
full of or showing hate
adj.

mid-14c., “full of hate;” late 14c., “exciting hate;” from hate + -ful. Related: Hatefully; hatefulness.

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