abhoring

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abhoring

  1. Common misspelling of abhorring.
    • 1992, Adrian Desmond, The Politics of Evolution [1]
      Oddly, while abhoring Lamarch’s transformism for degrading the “godlike race,” Brewster openly patronized Grant.
    • 2000, Suzanne Stein, The Pusher and the Sufferer [2]
      For Ahab, accession to the sublime image entails abhoring, killing, and thereby magically fusing with the White Whale. For Ishmael, unparented and self-abhoring, accession requires that he find, then lose himself in a Queequeg, [...]
    • 2002, Sandra Mackey, The Saudis [3] [4]
      Abhoring risk and loving liquidity, he invested SAMA’s funds almost entirely in government securities and corporate bonds in the West.
      [...]
      Abhoring instability above all else, Saudi Arabia sees the threat from Israel in terms of the unrest the confrontation with its Arab neighbors churns up on the kingdom’s borders.
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