Loath and Loathe

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Loath and Loathe :

“Loath” is a rather formal adjective meaning reluctant and rhymes with “both,” whereas “loathe” is a common verb meaning to dislike intensely, and rhymes with “clothe.”

Kenji is loath to go to the conference at Kilauea because he loathes volcanos.

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