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lothe (third-person singular simple present lothes, present participle lothing, simple past and past participle lothed)

  1. Obsolete form of loathe.
    • 1590s, John Donne, Satire IV, "Well; I may now receive, and die":
      Like a big wife, at sight of lothed meat,
      Ready to travail; so I sigh and sweat,
      To hear this macaroon talk on in vain.
    • 1611, King James Version, Exodus 7:17–18:
      Thus saith the Lord, In this thou shalt know that I am the Lord: behold, I will smite with the rod that is in mine hand upon the waters which are in the river, and they shall be turned to blood. And the fish that is in the river shall die, and the river shall stink; and the Egyptians shall lothe to drink of the water of the river.

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