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abhor Meaning in Bengali

 ঘৃণাসহকারে পরিহার করা, গভীর ঘৃণার চোখে দেখা,


ঘৃণাসহকারে পরিহার করা,

abhor's Usage Examples:

Etymology of the word "Abhor": from Latin abhorrēre.

As a naval officer I abhor the implication that the Royal Navy is a haven for cannibalism.

regular iambic pentameter: × / × / × / × / × / With others thou shouldst not abhor my state: (150.

Ancient Hebrew, it referred to arrogance and haughty pride (Amos 6:8 – "I abhor the pride of Jacob and detest his fortresses; I will deliver up the city.

, abhor the practice.

Mbwiri is said to abhor good living and this is the best way to drive him out.

not ashamed of it and does not abhor it.

The “Paramattha Mañjūsā” compares it to a domestic pig which does not abhor filth.

Piotr sitting in his car in the countryside, repeating in anguish, "I abhor it, I abhor it.

People may abhor me but by God, they won't ignore me, When the CIA determines what I'm worth.

Would one of you love to eat the flesh of his dead brother? Ye abhor that (so abhor the other)! And keep your duty (to Allah).

in order to promote dissatisfaction against the Churchills, who came to abhor the reign of William III and Mary II (1689–1702).

the admiration of people, his temper and fiery outlashes caused some to abhor him, including people from Aguinaldo's Cabinet.

as an embodiment of the vacuous, image-obsessed culture he has come to abhor.

1848 uprising in France :- "We are not Communists - we abhor communism for the same reason we abhor poor-law systems, and systems founded on the absolute.

demanded the culprit be prosecuted since the Constitution and Islamic teaching abhor abduction and forced marriage.

non-Independent) faction, and the military rank-and-file, continued to abhor long hair.


execrate; loathe; abominate; detest; hate;


bed; like; benevolence; philogyny; love;

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