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use "loath" in a sentence

However, critics of the pre-emptive strike theory assert that the PRC would be loath to give Japan and the US such an excuse to intervene.

Instead of growing to love or at least respect Elizabeth, John came to loath her.

Holland, pp214 217 The Athenian aristocracy, and indeed Greek
After Bernard ushers them out, and Sir Humphrey joins them, Hacker is livid.

Harry witherspoon is on a winning streak at the casino (thanks to Hendon's friend's infallible system for roulette ), when a livid Rita La Porta arrives.

Lightbody was livid with himself: I had my very best idiot trousers on in Germany at the Street gig and we did a go-kart track in Dettenheim.

While Adriana and Rex reunited, Adriana was livid with Dorian for the stunt she pulled and exiled her from her life.

Paul was livid but slowly came to realise that Dylan &had acted with his best interests at heart.

Young was benched in the 3rd quarter and was later seen livid on the sidelines, shouting profanities at head coach George Seifert.

679 Recordings were livid that the instrumental was available phoned Kiss 100 DJ Logan Sama demanding &to know why Bashy had the backing track, as Logan was the only one who had been given it.

David witnessed this and went livid, leading Steve to question why he cared and Bianca to reveal to everyone that he was really her father!

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