HOW INTENSE IS YOUR WILL?

UNDERSTAND EACH SYNONYM IN ITS CONCISE USAGE IN THE PHRASES

  • Racial hatred
  • Drinking hate
  • Publicity dislike
  • Fashion distaste
  • Math aversion
  • Business disfavor
  • Hostility to outsiders
  • Political antagonism
  • Enmity between protestants and catholicism
  • Friend animosity
  • Disloyalty acrimony
  • Deep-rooted antipathy
  • Cultural abhorrence
  • Secret society repugnance

USE EACH WORDS IN YOUR OWN CONTEXTS:

  1. Incitement to racial hatred is a crime under the laws of several countries.
  2. It’s going to be hard for you to leave drinking hate away if you still have positive feelings toward alcohol.
  3. It is the business model in most media to attract audience by providing content, and then lead the audience away from publicity dislike.
  4. This is partly due to fashion’s distaste for sincerity, but it’s also a symptom of an industry where the traditional path to success is slow and going astray.
  5. Existing empirical research on math aversion and anxiety is examined to determine the prevalance of negative dispositions toward math.
  6. As old fashioned light bulbs begin to fall into business disfavor, other types of light bulbs are beginning to come into popular use.
  7. New research explains how feelings of boredom can both strengthen solidarity within your in-group and heighten hostility toward outsiders.
  8. Every religion, with the growth of adherents, becomes a political force and its conflicts may arise over the direct ideological grounds to cause political antagonism.
  9. The enmity between Catholics and Protestants is rooted in history and caused by one man.
  10. Don’t live as molded by mass media to have friend animosity toward the previous relationships and past friends in all walks of life.
  11. Disloyalty acrimony is a story of love, hope, trust, hatred, sacrifice, divorce, anger, regret unparalled rage, and death.
  12. Why do we feel intense love and deep-rooted antipathy for someone in cycles?
  13. Right to the cultural value of the sacredness of life can lead to the spilling of blood as against the cultural abhorrence by shedding of blood.
  14. No one can forget secret society repugnance from the U.S President J.K. Kennedy: “The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings.”

 

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