More than 50 percent of respondents said they like American ideas about democracy, while 29 percent said they dislike them.
His dislike for his opponent, 26 years his junior, whom he beat by a 7-point margin, is visceral and palpable.
She once explained her dislike for handbags to the Wall Street Journal, noting that “Handbags weigh you down.”
Lloyd Grove on his relations with the ‘Young Guns,’ his dislike of Hill rags—and his hyperambitious teammates in the new regime.
So it went to six houses, and each one had something different to object to, or dislike.
It's a shame, my friend, a real shame, to dislike your own brother.
She is to be pitied—she cannot either like or dislike with temper!
Elizabeth Tranmore looked at her with a secret passion of dislike.
He understood the dislike which speedily grew up in Eleanor for this work.
Why Rothsay should dislike her was more than he could explain himself.
1540s (implied in disliking), hybrid which ousted native mislike as the opposite of like. Related: Disliked; disliking. English in 16c. also had the excellent dislove "hate, cease to love," but it did not survive.