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abhorring (rare; ‘abhorrence’ is post-S.)
1. abhorrence, loathing Cor. I. i. 174 “flatter Beneath ”
2. object of disgust Ant. V. ii. 60 “let the water-flies Blow me into abhorring” ; cf. ‘an abhorring unto all flesh’ (Isaiah lxvi. 24).
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    • William Shakespeare, Anthony and Cleopatra, 5.2
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