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He played himself in a beloved 2015 episode of ABC’s “Fresh Off the Boat,” prompting praise from Eddie Huang, the series’ rap-loving creator, who had previously expressed distaste for the show’s story lines.
Boehner on Pelosi At several points in the book, Boehner compares himself to Nancy Pelosi, of whom he speaks with a mix of reverence and distaste for her leadership style as speaker.
It relies on distaste, on the feeling one has in the presence of vermin.
Some millennials have been vocal online about their distaste for Gen Z’s rejection of skinny jeans.
PANTS ARE FUN NOWMELINDA FAKUADEMARCH 5, 2021VOX
When I watched the teaser trailer for Music back in November, my first impression was one of distaste.
Strom was characteristically candid about her distaste for both the New Age movement and the music industry at large.
"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.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS
Since that time Frederick has written little or nothing, his distaste for work becoming more and more marked from that time on.

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