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Poetic Definitions: abhor
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Definitively loathsome, detestable or disgusting.
repugnant
reluctant
revolting
insulting
No, never excellent, illustrious or outstanding.
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— Aurora Howard
Yoda
Abhor: Master, am I weary?

An abomination, before this poem you were!
A fascination, you have not been!
A repugnance, you are!
An indifference, you will unendingly be!

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— Harley Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To abhor I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like abominate
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using execrate

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Elisa Foster
Waka
Every sickness
can be nauseatingly
disagreeable.
Being damn, damning or damned.
An execration or curse.

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— Elsa Cooper
Verse (modern)
Abhor

If abhor is rarely in verse, then hoar may have been the curse!
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— Betsy Marshal
Unitoum
Abhor

Scorn
recognized
dread
glorified

recognized
mock
glorified
contemptuous

mock
fondle
contemptuous
assess

fondle
dread
assess
scorn.
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— Dianna Ros
Tanaka
Dislike intensely
to bear somebody a grudge
be abhorrent of
To annoy, irk or bother.
wicked or vicious person.

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— Kristopher Innocent
Sonnet (meta-poetry)
Abhor

Of course I am abhorrent, you must say?
Oh no, not that! A term so strange for me!
My thanks to you to play with me today
So here I have a canned default for thee.

My sonnets suffer now from you, my foe
To read, then write and be for all to see!
You test, you prod, and I do feel your blow
My patience long, so wait for me to be!.

But how it seems I need a gig or two
Oh life is long for me, so I won’t quit
A query finds and I do write for you
Requests like this do trip me, I admit.

Bad luck, I cannot rhyme your strange entry,
My passion here you see is cranking glee!
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— Bernadette Ace
Rondelet
Abhor

To reprocess,
boolean complementation.
To reprocess,
inadvertent incorrectness.
Emergency situation,
negative justification.
To reprocess!

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— Earnest Leopold
Quinzaine
Abhor

Never found in good poems.
Can you believe it?
Are they hard?

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— Omar Leith
Pi (π)
May I fake a pulse, proclaimed so pupils might see
Newly defining overviews, crudely informing, and oh how conveyed free?
Detest or loathe seem way too manifest. But is condemn?
Abominate, scorn? - or execrate, loathing? Damn! I deserted contemn!
I reckon abhorring and similarly criticize, but plainly ought I
- state concepts oh - abstracts drafted with computers spry?
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— Carlton Red
Octosyllable
Really loathsome and painful.
But also noisome and hateful.
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— Isabel Silver
Nonet
An objection or opposition
a disfavor or disfavour
a hatred or odium
object of interest
disinclination
antipathy
aversion
disgust
scorn
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— Arturo Justice
Mirror Cinquain
abhor
loathsome, detestable
hating, despising, resenting
to shrink back with shuddering from
disgust
nausea
a grudge, rancour, spite, resentment or malice
hating, abhorring, despising
abhorrent, repugnant
loathing
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— Miriam Vaughan
Limerick
There was a girl from Mount Terror,
She needed a word for horror.
      Like his eminence?
      Or abhorrence!
So smart that girl from Mount Terror.
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— Dianne Valentine
Kural
Dislike, scorn, censure, affright
Hat's averse criticizes

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— Byron Harding
Haiku (terse)
Animosity
unacceptability
abominations

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— Hector Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Regurgitating
valetudinarian
animosity

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— Elsie Benson
Haiku (modern)
Intensely loathsome,
painful, earnest, and bitter,
bore and detested.

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— Bessie Tate
Gnomic
The act of forbearing, refraining or abstaining.
The act of despising, scorning or disdaining.

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— Ida Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
loathe
despise
execrate
anathematize

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— Bernard Harvey
Diamante
Abhor
insolent, arrogant
refusing, scoffing, denying
spurn, disdain ..... esteem, respect
deeming, admiring, considering
capable, arrogant
appreciate
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— Arthur Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
abhor
find repugnant
to protest against
to disavow or disclaim
loathe

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— Betty Charlton
Cinquain - Expressional
abhor
this dreadful
feeling of horror
surveyed the atrocious hubbub.
loath!

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— Martha Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
reject
disapprove of
engage the hindquarters
deem wrong or inappropriate
refuse
refuse entrance or membership
decorate with flowers
to disapprove
deny
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— Christopher Osborne
Acrostic - Diagonal
Abominate
Objection
Unhappiness
Revolt
Execrate
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— Mykolas Freeman
Acrostic - Suffix
Phobia
Jib
Loath
Veto
Shudder
 
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— Elizabeth Miles

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.