distaste[ dis-teyst ]SEE DEFINITION OF distaste
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTASTE
Sigmund shrunk a little away from his uncle, not timidly, but with some distaste.
Lydia asked scornfully, with a distaste she didn't propose to lessen.
"I'm going to ask you a question," said Jeffrey shortly, in his distaste for asking it at all.
She was quite conscious of his distaste, but it didn't trouble her.
Young Powell asked himself with some distaste what was the meaning of these utterances.
It pleased everybody but Reuben, who had conceived a distaste for him from the first.
From all such adventurings he came away with a sense of distaste.
Weaver winced with distaste when he read this last, and was about to write, "This must stop."
He turned away from her with a look of distaste, almost of disgust.
The fact was that Carlotta's death had deepened my mood of distaste into disgust.