Dislike [noun]

Definition of Dislike:

antagonism, hatred toward something

Opposite/Antonyms of Dislike:

Sentence/Example of Dislike:

What’s more, Cape had a passionate dislike for fictional thrillers, which Plomer enjoyed.

Like Sam-I-Am and his dislike of green eggs and ham, dunning him for an entire lifetime to stick something, anything, in your rear end is an unseemly chore.

Tatsiana Maskalevich, a data scientist at clothing retailer Stitch Fix, calls the information its clients give the company—their size, age, likes and dislikes, and so on—“a data scientist’s goldmine.”

Many on the right dislike stakeholder capitalism because they fear it undercuts the economic discipline of shareholder governance.

On June 24, US Department of Justice whistleblower John Elias testified that attorney general William Barr ordered investigations of 10 cannabis mergers in the 2019 fiscal year based on personal dislike of the industry.

Without any known cause of offence, a tacit acknowledgement of mutual dislike was shewn by Louis and de Patinos.

Her own dislike (it was indeed no less than dislike) of the living lord, her lasting love for the dead one.

I have taken a violent dislike to more than one clever American man merely because he trailed his voice through his nose.

An incident of the campaign of 1806 gave the Marshal's enemies an excellent opening for showing their dislike.

We resided at Derby in a terrace on the outskirt of the town, much to my dislike, for monotonous rows of houses I have ever hated.