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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

References in classic literature ?
And if I were in your place I should dislike her; I should resist her.
But I feel this, Helen; I must dislike those who, whatever I do to please them, persist in disliking me; I must resist those who punish me unjustly.
It's part of my punishment, Nancy, for my daughter to dislike me.
You'll never really dislike me so long as I give you the opportunity to get off a good thing now and then.
As for the bride, she was now in her honeymoon, and so passionately fond of her new husband that he never appeared to her to be in the wrong; and his displeasure against any person was a sufficient reason for her dislike to the same.
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.
I should have done so whether I had seen him or not,' said I; 'it is enough that you dislike him.
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.
Arthur loves to chase a ball and birds and has no dislikes.
ANOTHER objectionable letter from Doug Shield in Friday's Journal, in which he makes a connection between people he dislikes and Brexit, extrapolating to the position that people who dislike Brexit and whom he dislikes should leave the country.
2m dislikes The artist behind one of the most disliked videos on YouTube has defended the negative reaction it received.
Summary: Likes and dislikes can coexist and it is perfectly fine to love certain things that others despise
Some advertisers might find dislikes on their competitor's posts an opportunity to show off what they have as an alternative.