Definition of 'detestation'
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All could unite in detestation of the Government of the Republic, its weakness, its lack of spirit, its economic failure. DARE CALL IT TREASON (2002)Like all the French, she had spoken of them - of most of them, at any rate, with detestation. DISPLACED PERSON (2002)`Jacquie's attitude to Hubert had been through the whole range from a crush to detestation. DISPLACED PERSON (2002)
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