Thesaurus / disrelish
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By studying the old authors, he improved his taste, and acquired a disrelish for French literature.

Pretty women of late years approached the captain in his fatherly capacity, much to his disrelish.

Is there not danger that the Sabbath-school will induce a disrelish for the preaching service?

The Sabbath-School IndexRichard Gay Pardee

Nay, he seemed suddenly not altogether to disrelish his own discomfiture, twas excellent, and you find favour for it.

Back o' the MoonOliver Onions

By this practice, even in the cradle, his disrelish for ardent spirits is done away.

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Gambling had no charm—he looked with disrelish at the cigarette he had but just lighted.

Merton of the MoviesHarry Leon Wilson

Nancy first learnt to disrelish the honest, artless effusions of her first lover's heart.

The Sylph, Volume I and IIGeorgiana Cavendish

An infant, he says, naturally has a disrelish for animal food.

Providence provides the banquet; its relish or disrelish depends on the appetite of the guest.

It was with some feeling of disrelish that I accepted Hawkins' shoulder, to assist me in steadying myself on this unwonted leg.

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