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to have a feeling of aversion for

an attitude or feeling of aversion

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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.
I began to dislike, more than to compassionate Linton, and to excuse his father in some measure for holding him cheap.
She was confused, agitated, physically tired, and had already to reckon with the violent feeling of dislike aroused by her aunt which still vibrated through all the rest of her feelings.
It is something to meet a person whom one is able to dislike.
To accomplish the change was like a reflux of being, and this when the plasticity of youth was no longer his; when the fibre of him had become tough and knotty; when the warp and the woof of him had made of him an adamantine texture, harsh and unyielding; when the face of his spirit had become iron and all his instincts and axioms had crystallised into set rules, cautions, dislikes, and desires.
No: the Baron is a man of refined tastes; he dislikes needless cruelty.
Men then might not dress according to their likes and dislikes, they were obliged to dress according to their rank.
As much as she hated Gilbert, however, did she love Diana, with all the love of her passionate little heart, equally intense in its likes and dislikes.
You know all about her habits and her tastes," he went on, "and what she likes, and what she dislikes.
He was full native, a strapping, handsome man, with a glowering way of showing his dislikes.
And must not an animal be a lover of learning who determines what he likes and dislikes by the test of knowledge and ignorance?
I tried hard to win the affection of the two little girls I had to teach; but they seemed, I am sure I can't tell why, to dislike me from the first.
I think she took a dislike to me at the thought of my being her father: I could see a change in her manner after that.
Nature does not ask your permission, she has nothing to do with your wishes, and whether you like her laws or dislike them, you are bound to accept her as she is, and consequently all her conclusions.
In former days my rascally colleagues used to tell me that I was unfit even to be seen; in fact, they so disliked me that at length I began to dislike myself, for, being frequently told that I was stupid, I began to believe that I really was so.