Expressions using Themes (e.g. Collocations, IELTS, Business English)
On this page, you will find lists of words to help you expand your vocabulary related to the word ‘hate’. There are nouns, adjectives, verbs, and adverbs, so you will learn how to put stronger sentences together with more sophisticated language. Practicing forming sentences in this way is particularly good if you are preparing for exams, such as IELTS, GRE, SAT, LSAT, Civil Services, and Banking.
There was misery (noun) in the air, a state of debilitating (adjective) depression (noun). Everyone was despondent (adjective) and forlorn (adjective), and it was all terribly (adverb) depressing (adjective).
In this column, you will find words that you will come across in everyday English, and which are even suitable for exams like IELTS or TOEFL.
In this column, you will find words that are likely to be asked in more Advanced Exams, such as GRE, MBA, SAT/LSAT, Civil Service, Banks, etc.
*An asterisk means that this word is less popular in everyday English than the other words in the list.
(e.g. to be in a state of, or to experience, or to suffer from…)
(e.g. the depths of misery; a dreadful melancholy; a debilitating depression)
(e.g. to be or to feel…)
(e.g. understandably inconsolable; immeasurably distraught; deeply miserable)
(e.g. to despair of/for the future; to lament your situation; to wallow in grief)
(e.g. terribly glum; overwhelmingly despondent; incredibly pessimistic)