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synonyms for distasted

  • despise
  • detest
  • disfavor
  • distaste
  • hate
  • loathe
  • mislike
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How to use distasted in a sentence

Lieutenant Coffin of Company A was a busy officer, active as a jumping-jack, half liked and half distasted by the men.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
There was a man waiting us in Prestongrange's study, whom I distasted at the first look, as we distaste a ferret or an earwig.
DAVID BALFOUR, SECOND PARTROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
He wanted to win, but he was willing to lose if he must; and above all he distasted the notion of a limit.
THE PRESIDENTALFRED HENRY LEWIS
The expanding West invited him; also, he distasted a bank and liked the notion of a paper.
THE SUNSET TRAILALFRED HENRY LEWIS
That this fruit however proved to be of the flavor so much distasted by her majesty, there is good evidence.
MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF QUEEN ELIZABETHLUCY AIKIN
He quietly distasted, and as quietly failed, to be on nearer than nodding terms with him.
THE SUNSET TRAILALFRED HENRY LEWIS
That you sent no lading in the ship is wonderfull, and worthily distasted.
BRADFORD'S HISTORY OF 'PLIMOTH PLANTATION'WILLIAM BRADFORD
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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