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Dotest vs. Detest

Difference Between Dotest and Detest

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Dotest

En-archaic second-person singular of dote
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Detest

To dislike intensely; abhor.
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Detest

(transitive) To dislike (someone or something) intensely; to loathe.
I detest snakes.
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Detest

To witness against; to denounce; to condemn.
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Detest

To witness against; to denounce; to condemn.
The heresy of Nestorius . . . was detested in the Eastern churches.
God hath detested them with his own mouth.
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Detest

To hate intensely; to abhor; to abominate; to loathe; as, we detest what is contemptible or evil.
Who dares think one thing, and another tell,My heart detests him as the gates of hell.
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Detest

Dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards;
I hate Mexican food
She detests politicians
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