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Synonyms for dislike

to have a feeling of aversion for

an attitude or feeling of aversion

Synonyms for dislike

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In contrast, only 51% of men and 14% of women who had had anal sex with their partner liked it very much; 41% of women reported disliking it somewhat or very much.
This study's findings also imply that commercial recall is not merely the result of liking or disliking the product.
2 per cent) and the highest number of respondents disliking the task (34.
The final demographic variable used to analyse MGSs and their liking or disliking of the grocery shopping task was income.
Washington, August 27 ( ANI ): Researchers have uncovered the reason behind some people disliking everything while others liking everything.
A source close to the actress said: "It's funny because John likes dogs but for some reason Norman has taken a disliking to him.
At the same time, there are other employees who put their work aside and focus their attention on disliking each other.
Only in studies of limited populations have some demographic characteristics been related to disliking TV advertising.
Different demographic segments of society may have different reasons for disliking television advertising.
She told the Sunday Times Style magazine: "If you can go around disliking someone's pictures, that is going to set off a whole new wave of bullying.
London, October 11 ( ANI ): Your liking or disliking for someone can affect how your brain processes their actions, researchers say.
21 ( ANI ): White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has said that President Barack Obama does not have a disliking for Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney.
Carney has rubbished reports in Politico's newest ebook 'Obama's Last Stand' that said Obama had developed an intense disliking for Romney.
She deniedWalker had ever mentioned disliking Mr Bromley.
As compared to research conducted in the past, the researchers found that the whole process is not as simple as merely liking or disliking a brand.