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disrelish

[dis-rel-ish] /dɪsˈrɛl ɪʃ/
verb (used with object)
1.
to have a distaste for; dislike.
noun
2.
distaste; dislike.
Origin
1540-1550
1540-50; dis-1 + relish
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  • Besides the popular disrelish for plain prose, there were other distracting and degrading influences.
  • Discourses on heaven invite us to virtue, and inspire us with a disrelish of the dangerous pleasures of the world.
British Dictionary definitions for disrelish

disrelish

/dɪsˈrɛlɪʃ/
verb
1.
(transitive) to have a feeling of aversion for; dislike
noun
2.
such a feeling
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