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Difference between 'Loath' and 'Loathe'


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Loath
Loath means unwilling.

Loathe
To loathe is to dislike greatly.


Sample Usage

Loath
1. Nothing loath,he did as he was told.
2. Loath to admit a mistake.

Loathe
1. I loathe the man.


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