Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers
Section III. Sympathetic Affections
1. Social Affections

898. Hate.

   NOUN:HATE, hatred, vials of hate; “Hymn of Hate.”
  disaffection, disfavor; alienation, estrangement, coolness; enmity [See Enmity]; animosity [See Resentment]; malice [See Malevolence]; implacability (revenge) [See Revenge].
  umbrage, pique, grudge, dudgeon, spleen, bitterness, bitterness of feeling; ill blood, bad blood; acrimony.
  repugnance (dislike) [See Dislike]; odium, unpopularity; detestation, abhorrence, loathing, execration, abomination, aversion, antipathy; demonophobia, gynephobia, negrophobia; Anglophobia [See Dislike].
  OBJECT OF HATRED, an abomination, an aversion, bête noire [F.]; enemy [See Enemy]; bitter pill; source of annoyance [See Painfulness].
   VERB:HATE, detest, abominate, abhor, loathe; recoil at, shudder at; shrink from, view with horror, hold in abomination, revolt against, execrate; scowl [See Discourtesy]; disrelish (dislike) [See Dislike].
  owe a grudge; bear spleen, bear a grudge, bear malice (malevolence) [See Malevolence]; conceive an aversion to.
  EXCITE HATRED, provoke hatred &c. n.; be hateful &c. adj.; stink in the nostrils; estrange, alienate, repel, set against, sow dissension, set by the ears, envenom, incense, irritate, rile [dial. or colloq.], ruffle, vex, roil; horrify [See Painfulness].
   ADJECTIVE:HATING &c. v.; abhorrent; averse from (disliking) [See Dislike]; set against; bitter (acrimonious) [See Discourtesy]; implacable (revengeful) [See Revenge].
  UNLOVED, unbeloved, unlamented, undeplored, unmourned, uncared for, unendeared, unvalued; disliked [See Dislike].
  crossed in love, forsaken, rejected, lovelorn, jilted.
  HATEFUL, obnoxious, odious, abominable, repulsive, offensive, shocking; disgusting (disagreeable) [See Painfulness]; reprehensible.
  invidious, spiteful; malicious [See Malevolence].
  insulting, irritating, provoking.
  [MUTUAL HATE] at daggers drawn; not on speaking terms (enmity) [See Enmity]; at loggerheads.
  1. No love lost between.
  2. In time we hate that which we often fear.—Antony and Cleopatra
  3. I like a good hater.—Johnson
  4. Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned.—Congreve
  5. There are glances of hatred that stab and raise no cry of murder.—G. Eliot