Feeling and Hatred


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Feeling noun – Sorrow or the capacity to feel sorrow for another's suffering or misfortune.
Usage example: a rich person without much feeling for those who are less fortunate

Hatred is an antonym for feeling in often strong topic.
Nearby Words: feel, feelingly, feeler, feeing
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Hatred noun – A very strong dislike.
Feeling is an antonym for hatred.
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How words are described

human human feeling human hatred
clear clear feeling clear hatred
special special feeling special hatred
similar similar feeling similar hatred
Other adjectives: initial, genuine, sheer, deep, strong, actual, real, severe, great, intense, personal, general, mutual, lingering, overwhelming, immense, growing, overall.

Both words in one sentence

  • Even after all he did to her, and her feeling that he needs to be punished somehow, she doesn’t feel he’s really important enough to DESERVE her hatred.
  • Courtney generates nothing but blind hatred for Gwen, who never tries to apologize to her throughout all this despite clearly feeling guilty for kissing her ex-boyfriend, and takes most of the abuse sitting down rather than defending herself.
  • Peter Capaldi is a great actor, but his Doctor wasn't fully baked in the early episodes of Series 8: too cantankerous, with his constant insults of Clara's appearance feeling mean-spirited, and his hatred for soldiers out of character.
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