Sentences with phrase «to detest»
If you simply detest
Canadian winters and have the cash to buy a Florida condo, by all means go ahead.
It's not my type of music and sometimes I detest
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One good thing about reality shows: I detest
them so much and they dominate commercial television so much that I do a lot more reading with the TV off.
While some baby might detest
the swinging motion, the cradle motion might save the day.
having to hold the hand of their employees.
the idea of misleading new writers who want to be published.
Something else I detested
— I realize that many others would describe Halle Berry's (Die Another Day, Swordfish) Catwoman garb as sexy, and certainly there is something provocative about it, but I found it to be very unappealing.
MOVIES & TV
I'm laid back and detest
drama of any kind.
They have declared cryptocurrencies are a scourge and something to be detested
; a grievous wound against all of society, and they must be destroyed.
And if you love «Big Blue» - if you revere the «New York Football Giants» - there's a pretty good chance that you detest
the New York Jets.
He said just as President Muhammadu Buhari detests
corruption, a good number of citizens were honest.
I did not follow the pattern instructions regarding the collar + facing technique, because I detest
Blind spot detection is one of the technologies that car purists detest
While valuing highly the scholarship of humanists, he detested
the snobbish aesthetic posturing of some of them.
Counter-parenting says the opposite, «Don't bother to bring the lunchbox to the kid, let him eat the food in the school which he detests
, fears and dreads.»
It is not everyone's approach to sit down with political parties and individuals they detest
to make a difference on climate change.
Katrina Soper, Newport, Gwent, UK Photo: Suzie Blake How strange it was that a little piece of silicone could be both my best friend and the one thing I detested
about our breastfeeding relationship I am really enjoying breastfeeding my gorgeous daughter.
It's no secret that I really don't like British Airways but, unfortunately, I spend a lot of time in the UK so I'm often forced to fly with an airline I seem to detest
more and more with each experience I have with it.
You know a relationship has deteriorated past the point of salvage when one person detests
Those who detest
the «consensus science» and those who think it is very foolish to imply some kind of conspiracy to all our freedoms.
She was widely detested
for her defence of welfare reforms.
Sometimes it's not the company we detest
, but rather, the job itself is mundane.
And I detest
what Briles enabled at Baylor.
Firstly, society will put forward certain criticisms that are totally invalid against an issue they detest
In-house lawyers who do not track their time detest
, abhor and revile the thought of doing so.
I want a ticking stripe comforter-not a duvet cover, as husband detests
duvets, and I am having ZERO luck finding one!
HOUSE & HOME
Describing data that expires every month as a «pain point of staggering proportions,» Legere — who claims he detests
the current structure of the industry and wants to change it — also said it is unfair to expect people to know how much data they will use.
In fact, it is rare that I ever hate a game; I find enjoyment from many games that people just unabashedly detest
the idea that someone else has taken advantage of them.
Even if you detest
animals, let your kids volunteer at a shelter or rescue group.
In Brooklyn's Park Slope, fed-up residents backed by former city Transportation Commissioner Iris Weinshall and former Sanitation Commissioner Norman Steisel are suing the DOT over a detested
bike lane along once-majestic Prospect Park West.
I'm looking forward to spring and the summer mornings as I detest
sitting in traffic!
While I can appreciate the art of a good oversized sweater, especially if it is a turtleneck, I absolutely detest
having to put on layer upon layer of bulky items that just make you feel like a marshmallow.
As much as I detest
Dave and his Nick Clegg mini-me, I think they performed creditably by the criteria one judges media appearances.
I absolutely detest
the taste of coconut.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
I'm extremely allergic to sugar in any form, and detest
the taste of other sweeteners such as stevia, and won't even consider such atrocities as aspartame or other artificial junk.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
No Jon he is kn?b for so many reasons although the fact that he p!aged for Liverpool and spuds is enough for me to detest
While heartwarming on some levels, I detested
the dog fights that took place between Max and two Rotties.
Everything the gospel demands of Christians she detested
as pernicious and destructive.
If being placed in the group of death was not enough, then being held back against teams like Honduras and Ecuador have further detested
English claims of getting out of it.
Right wing hate has taken over the media and I'm not going to be a pawn of something my saviour would detest
I still like blue jeans (although I no longer detest
skinnies), bright colors, and black accessories.
«There must just be something about the APC ruling govt that detests
truth and consistency.
(It's also common for them to swing back and forth between adoring and detesting
When past memories collide, a boy steps unknowingly into the cross-hairs of two malicious demons who share a special bond and detest
their bitter pasts together.
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But if you want to detest
spiders, it's not against the law.»
I generally detest
malls, but the one thing they're good for is walking in inclement weather.
HEALTH & FITNESS
Other cats detest
using a litter box that has already been used.
Now, this cake will be for the adults only in my house because the littles detest
peaches and definitely don't do «rum» flavored anything.
FOOD & BEVERAGES