Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hatred"

The meaning of "Hatred" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does hatred mean?
A: Its similar to hate, but you would use it like, "I have a strong hatred for puppies." It's defined as: intense dislike or ill will.
Q: What does they should be hatred for their killing of Jesus mean?
A: That this group of people who killed Jesus deserve to get hate from people
Q: What does they should be hatred for their killing of Jesus mean?
A: @Rameshssvp Thank youu :)
So 'for their killing' means 'they killed'?
Q: What does hatred mean?
A: very very strong dislike

Example sentences using "Hatred"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hatred.
A: @rhtui
- racial hatred
- perfect hatred
- old racial prejudice and national hatreds.
- he had an irrational fear and hatred of foreigners.
- she makes no attempt to conceal her hatred for her opponents.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hatred.
A: I was filled with hatred for the cruel person.
His hatred of vegetables started at a young age.
The killer was fueled by hatred.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hatred.
A: We have an expression: "that makes my blood boil" which means that thing makes you very mad or you hate it. I think that is where "rising in my veins" comes from.

Synonyms of "Hatred" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hatred and hate(noun) and antipathy ?
A: "Antipathy" is more aggressive than normal hate (though they still mean the same thing.)
"Hatred" is actually exactly the same as 'hate', but it is more formal- both can be interchangeable.
Q: What is the difference between hatred and hate ?
A: hate:
1) verb
2) noun

hatred:
2) noun
Q: What is the difference between hatred and hate ?
A: There is not much of a difference between them.
"Hatred" is ONLY used as a noun, while "hate" CAN be used as a noun, but it is mostly used as a verb.
You can basically use "hate" instead of "hatred" most of the time unless they are fixed expressions such as : racial hatred, hate-crime and so on.
Hatred is often used with constructions such as "hatred of something" , "hatred for something". There's no meaningful difference between them. They both mean a strong emotion of hate/hatred.
Nowadays "hate" is a lot more common while, back in the days, "hatred" was more common.
Q: What is the difference between hatred and hate ?
A: They are the same in meaning and emotional intensity. The only difference is sentence structure. Hatred is a noun and hate can be either a noun or a verb.

- His hatred (noun) of brussel sprouts was known by all his friends and family.
- The hate (noun) he felt for his brother was matched by his brother's hatred of him.(here, you could also use "the hatred he felt")
- I hate him! (verb)
- Haters gonna hate.(noun)
Q: What is the difference between hatred and hate ?
A: - Hatred ( Noun) = Hate ( Noun) : A very strong feeling of dislike for somebody/ something ( Oxford learner's dictionaries)
- Hate ( Verb ) : dislike sb/sth very much .

Translations of "Hatred"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hatred
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Other questions about "Hatred"

Q: I just wish all the hatred and the wars in this cruel world come to an end. I wish all of us - regardless of our religion and ethnicity - can live in a peaceful world full of love and co-existence. does this sound natural?
A: Very well written♡

Notes:
- You could replace "just" with "truly".
- You could add "that" after "wish".
Q: hatred towards does this sound natural?
A: heitred tordz
Q: When hatred is at its extreme, ironically, it doesn't show because people just rather erase it entirely from their lives. does this sound natural?
A: It would sound more natural to say "Ironically, when hatred is at it's most extreme, it doesn't show because people would rather erase it entirely from their lives."
Q: historic hatred does this sound natural?
A: That depends on the sentence. If you want to say the hatred is a past event with little significance then it would be historical, if it has a high impact on history then it is historic.

Example: This new historical novel takes a look at life for a poor family in 1940s America. Vs. The constitution of the United States is an historic document.

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