Distaste [noun]

Definition of Distaste:

dislike, hate

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Sentence/Example of Distaste:

"He wasn't anything to show," said Betty, experiencing again the feeling of distaste she had had for the man.

He looked at Mandleco with immense disdain, gave a pert tilt of his head and surveyed the room with a grimace of distaste.

A sudden distaste for the monotonous toil with the shovel came upon him, and he felt the call of the wilderness.

Since that time Frederick has written little or nothing, his distaste for work becoming more and more marked from that time on.

They call him Beau Lyndwood, thought the young man with a slight sense of distaste.

"Yes," Bristow continued smoothly, disregarding the other's evident distaste and surprise.

There is experienced a feeling of lassitude, of being “easily tired out,” and a distaste for active exertion.

But it moved him now, not to the revulsion and distaste of a week ago, but only to a careless contempt.

In spite of her professed distaste for the dinner, Jane would have been disappointed had she been obliged to stay at home.

It is said that the late Ward McAllister shrank with peculiar distaste from the vulgarity of divorce.