Asked in Word and Phrase Origins
Word and Phrase Origins
Is the word Hate a strong word?
January 14, 2020 11:04PM
Not really, it can't punch haha just joking but for real, it's not really a strong word, I feel like it's too commonly used nowadays that people don't really mind it. It kinda like blended in
Asked in Mental Health, Emotions
Why is hate such a strong word?
because hate means you really don't like that person they have done something to you that is unforgivable you can't even look at them with out thinking about what they did. Hate means a person caused you so much pain and tears and heart break that you couldn't bear it and now you can't get passed what they did. That's why hates such a strong word well it is when using it properly some people just mean don't like and choose to go with the word hate.
Asked in Friendship
How do you tell a friend that you hate them?
If they are a true friend, there is no need to hate them. If it is a disagreement or argument, give them time to themselves then try to talk it out. Never tell anyone you "hate" them, since 'hate' is a very strong word that should be used sparingly. -------------------------------------------- If they are a FRIEND then by definition you can not hate them, so don't.
Asked in Parts of Speech, Verbs, Nouns
What suffixes would you add to the verb hate to convert it into a noun?
The word 'hate' is both a verb and a noun. The noun 'hate' is a word for a strong feeling of dislike or disgust; a word for an emotion. The verb 'hate' means to feel extreme aversion for or extreme hostility toward someone or something. The noun forms of the verb to hate are hater (+r), hatred (-e, +red), and the gerund, hating (-e, +ing).