Loath & Loathe

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Loath means not willing to undertake an activity which is against the individual’s personal beliefs: ” The teacher became all the more furious when he found the student loath to admit his fault.”
Loathe , on the other hand, means disgusted, a great dislike: “I loathe to read Indian detective novels as they do not portray the real working of the investigative agencies in the country.”

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