Definition of Hate If there were No Hate, There would be No Love Detest, abhor, loathe and hate all means the same, but most people are common with only one of these words, and that word is hate.
Hate is extremely strong word, but it often slips off out tongue without thinking that it might offend someone. Merriam-Websters collegiate dictionary defines the word hate as “to feel strong aversion of intense dislike for.” My definition of the word “hate” is strong dislike towards somebody or something, because of their race, actions, or accomplishments. Racial hatred has been at its highest point during the Civil War years. Slavery was one of the major factors that started the racial hatred. Dispute between different beliefs about black rights, was a spark that started the racial war. During those years numerous hate groups had been formed, from KKK, and the Blood Brotherhood to the Black Panthers. Every one of these groups believed that their race was superior to the rest.
Sometimes, these hate groups would result in violence to demonstrate to what extremes they would result to prove how deep their believes were. Symbols like the swastika, and expressions like “white hate, hatred, person, one, love, people, because, word, strong, years, someone, racial, race, jealousy, groups, extreme, actions, words, without, war, trying, towards, today, started, someones, rid, revenge, result, point, named, means, feel, everyone, during, dislike, confidence, common, black, believes, been, yourself, woman, willing, white, weeks, way, violence, victim, understand, two