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dislike

dis·like

dislike

 
pronunciation:
dIs laIk
parts of speech:
verb, noun
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part of speech: verb
inflections: disliked, dislikes, disliking
definition: to have a feeling of not liking; have objections to.
She doesn't come by often because she dislikes my dog.
antonyms:
adore, like, relish
similar words:
despise, detest, hate, loathe, mind
 
part of speech: noun
definition: a feeling of not liking.
He has a strong dislike for people who brag.
antonyms:
approval, like, liking, taste
similar words:
animosity, hatred, horror, hostility, ill will, scorn
derivations: dislikable (dislikeable) (adj.), disliking (n.)
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