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But I do object when disliking Les Misérables becomes some sort of litmus test for thinking intelligently about art.

But disliking stuff like this seems to be some sort of requirement for becoming a critic.

My Israeli friends love that old Borsch-belt joke, that anti-Semitism means disliking Jews more than necessary.

I remember as a child disliking austerity very much, especially as it involved eating rabbit practically every day.

I don't like it any more than you do, disliking Bush was my ideological security blanket.

Von Rosen wondered at himself for disliking Mrs. Edes in particular, whereas he disliked most women in general.

Besides, they were tolerant of the British, while disliking the Turks even more than they disliked the Germans.

He was the schemer-in-chief; and the others, while disliking him heartily, were content to rely on his superior cunning.

With her elbows on the observatory railing, Salome, disliking popular ftes, listened to her familiar poluphloisbious ocean.

Poor Lenny remained by the Stocks, very much dejected, and greatly disliking the neighborhood to which he was consigned.


On this page you'll find 250 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disliking, such as: allergic, antagonistic, hesitant, hostile, loath, and reluctant.

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