disliked[ dis-lahyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF disliked
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He was no longer in a mood to counsel fight, even though he disliked to submit.
She disliked the idea of meeting Evelyn in the dean's office.
Also he disliked Carter—seemed to associate his personality with that of Shandy's.
All these years when he had been so cold, so hard toward her, it simply was because he disliked her.
He had disliked Peppajee as a pompous egotist among his kind.
She disliked this more than she had ever in her life disliked any thing which had happened to her.
This was the man I disliked so much, but I gave orders that he should be shown in.
He looked so much like Napoleon I. that I disliked him for it.
She hesitated; I disliked to ask her what it was, so I said "Poor woman!"
Being a woman, she should, theoretically, have disliked and despised him for this.