1. Misspelling of abhorred.
    • 1992, Peter Hathaway Capstick, The African Adventurers [1]
      He didn’t like pig sticking and abhored horses.
    • 2004, Edward P. Jones, Lost in the City [2]
      Despite something in him that abhored backing down from any position, [...]
    • 2004, Thomas J Cottle, When the Music Stopped [3] [4]
      The evening began with a ritual I abhored.
      My parents would have abhored the idea of a dinner guest thanking them by e-mail, a mode of communication, mercifully, neither of them lived long enough to encounter.