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Synonyms for dislike

Synonyms for dislike

to have a feeling of aversion for

an attitude or feeling of aversion

Synonyms for dislike

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Does any secret repugnance, or any hereditary dislike, exist between you and her family?
You'll never really dislike me so long as I give you the opportunity to get off a good thing now and then.
She could not in the least make clear to herself the reasons for her husband's dislike to his presence-- a dislike painfully impressed on her by the scene in the library; but she felt the unbecomingness of saying anything that might convey a notion of it to others.
Pengarth said, "this seems rather an extraordinary place for you to come to if you really dislike solitude.
Oldfield, she has given him to understand that I have refused his offer, not from any dislike of his person, but merely because I am giddy and young, and cannot at present reconcile myself to the thoughts of marriage under any circumstances: but by next season, she has no doubt, I shall have more sense, and hopes my girlish fancies will be worn away.
You might as well sell yourself to slavery at once, as marry a man you dislike.
Tacit obedience implies no force upon the will, and consequently may be easily, and without any pains, preserved; but when a wife, a child, a relation, or a friend, performs what we desire, with grumbling and reluctance, with expressions of dislike and dissatisfaction, the manifest difficulty which they undergo must greatly enhance the obligation.
Honest and hearty was Charles's dislike, and the past spread itself out very clearly before him; hatred is a skilful compositor.
Zarathustra, however, was fond of all those who make distant voyages, and dislike to live without danger.
For ye dislike to grope at a thread with cowardly hand; and where ye can DIVINE, there do ye hate to CALCULATE--
Not that I dislike poor Amelia: who can dislike such a harmless, good-natured creature?
Besides, being very young, he had found the occupation of keeping his heart completely steeled against the worst so engrossing that he had come to feel an overpowering dislike towards any other form of activity whatever.
You know that old Prince Nicholas much dislikes his son's marrying.
The predominant pattern of musical tastes in Figure 1 is the presence of distinct clusters of categories that illuminate three collectives of people: the members of Quadrant 1 who like most, if not all, musical genres ("inclusive" musical omnivores); people located in the lower half of the field who dislike most genres; and the members of Quadrant 4 who are ambivalent about or unfamiliar with many of the genres.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Information Ministry has refused to change advertisement policy based on personal likes and dislike as change in policy can only bring through consensus in all stakeholders.