Which preposition to use with abhors

of Occurrences 6%

([Greek: Kaer-ukes] as though from [Greek: Kaer] the death-spirit, "the one thing abhorred of all mortal men.")

in Occurrences 5%

The creators of public opinion in reference to Byron have not been women of fashion, or men of the world, but literary lions themselves,like Thackeray, who detested him, and the whole school of pharisaic ecclesiastical dignitaries, who abhorred in him sentiments which they condoned in Fielding, in Burns, in Rousseau, and in Voltaire.

as Occurrences 3%

It is a noteworthy fact that the duty of veracity is often more prominent among primitive peoples than among the more civilized, and that, correspondingly, lying is abhorred as a vice, or seems to be unknown as an expedient in social intercourse.

for Occurrences 2%

Then was the name of Afrásiyáb truly execrated and abhorred for the cruel act he had committed, and all the inhabitants of Khoten long cherished the memory of Saiáwush.

on Occurrences 2%

2, "The stomach doth readily digest, and willingly entertain such meats we love most, and are pleasing to us, abhors on the other side such as we distaste."

to Occurrences 2%

IPHIGENIA Which a pure spirit doth abhor to use.

at Occurrences 1%

When the saints have greatest liberty in prayer, and so of all other performances, when their hearts are most lifted up in the ways of the Lord, they abhor at thinking their prayer can any otherways be set forth before him as incense, or the lifting up of their hands as the evening sacrifice, but as presented by the great intercessor, and perfumed by the merit of his oblation.

than Occurrences 1%

No other man I know has ever attained the good old troubadourish ideal of domneithat love which rather abhors than otherwise the notion of possessing its object.

with Occurrences 1%

They aim at utter no-Sabbathism, freedom from all moral restraint, and all the evils of unbridled intemperanceends which we abhor with all the strength of a moral nature quickened by the most intense religious convictions.

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