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He likes small windows and greatly dislikes the sweeping areas of glass and metal that characterise the work of Richard Rogers.

Food dislikes often stem from childhood, or are linked to unpleasant past experiences.

In essence, Cohen is arguing that the American media dislikes Putin because he is seen as the anti-Yeltsin.

Less than a quarter of Americans view the Republicans favorably, and a majority dislikes them, three-in-10 intensely.

He likes the Second Amendment, secure borders and low taxes; and he dislikes abortion, the IRS and the Republican establishment.

I—I begin to understand why he dislikes that miller and his money business, for he makes you disagree so.

This work should be suited to the years and the strength of the individual and, if possible, to his likes and dislikes.

If your God dislikes idolatry, why does He not destroy the idols and so put temptation out of the way?

He had ceased to think of the simpler things of life, of the ordinary problems, the usual worries or likes and dislikes.

When one particularly dislikes a person, one has a curious objection to seeming in good spirits in his presence.

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On this page you'll find 90 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dislikes, such as: distaste, displeasure, enmity, hostility, antipathy, and disapproval.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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