> title>ラッセル英単語・熟語:A-136 abhor 忌み嫌う,ぞっとするほど嫌う - Bertrand Russell のページ
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abhor (v)[忌み嫌う,ひどく嫌う | (変化: 過去形) abhorred]

* abhorrent (adj.):大嫌いな
* abhorrence (n):大嫌いなもの;嫌悪,憎悪感
She disliked wine, abhorred tobacco, and was always on the verge of becoming a vegetarian..
 出典:ラッセル『自伝』第1巻 第1章「幼少時代

Tournaments, in which motives of love were prominent, were abhorred by the Church, which however was powerless to suppress them.

Heresy and schism are specially abhorrent to the Church, and are therefore essential elements in revolutionary programmes.

I abhor cruetly to animals. / The killing of animals for food is (uttely) abhorrent to some people.
 出典: Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, new ed.

If you abhor something, you hate it very much, especially for moral reasons.
 出典: Collins COBUILD English Dictionary for Advanced Learners, new ed.