dislikable, dislikeable, adjectivepredislike, noun, verb (used with object), predisliked, predisliking.self-dislike, nounself-disliked, adjective
disrelish. Dislike, disgust, distaste, repugnance
imply antipathy toward something. Dislike
is a general word, sometimes connoting an inherent or permanent feeling of antipathy for something: to have a dislike for crowds. Disgust
connotes a feeling of loathing for what is offensive to the feelings and sensibilities: He felt disgust at seeing such ostentation. Distaste
implies a more or less settled dislike: to have distaste for spicy foods, for hard work. Repugnance
is a strong feeling of aversion for, and antagonism toward, something: to feel repugnance for
) low criminals.