To hate/despise. An abhorred object/concept disgusts the person who abhors it.
Lucy: I abhor doing the dishes. It takes a very long time, and it's really boring.

Mitchell: I feel the same way about Spanish class.
by Diggity Monkeez February 23, 2005
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‘he abhorred sexism in every form’
‘Strong words indeed for a fellow who abhors political smear and accuses others of engaging in it!’
‘I'm one of those people who is always on time, and abhors lateness.’
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A word for hate that assholes use to sound smart.
Asshole: I just abhor the poor. They smell so putrid.
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when you hate something very,very much
I abhor Christopher Howard for being the bigest ***** in this world.
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"Less than welcome behaviour."

Pres derivation of Abhorrent
Borgia: If you weren't such an abhorable fukwit, Greg, you'd have given evidence of this claim and not had the OP do it himself, you gonk.
by Cruel_to_b_Kind May 10, 2005
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Adjertive used to emphasize something which is very disgusting, revolting and vile.
The Toronto 18 were an abhorent bunch of individuals.
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To regard with disgust and hatred.
"Abhorring is a large word for you, hm?" the man said to the young child.
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