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The late insurgents professed much fear lest the Earl should mislike their yielding after standing out so long.
And are there, then, maidens in these days not averse to the sight of gray hairs, and who mislike not to converse with aged men?
CONSTANCE SHERWOODLADY GEORGIANA FULLERTON
We mislike no bishops save that they stand by a tyrannous church.
OLIVER CROMWELLJOHN DRINKWATER
Frodi said to him one day: "This one thing I mislike in thee, that thou keepest here those two who deserted their master."
Not that I altogether mislike banks, but they will hardly be brooked in regard of certain suspicions.
USURYCALVIN ELLIOTT
Yet many doe utterly mislike this or any good thing that the poor Irishman dothe.'
PENELOPE'S IRISH EXPERIENCESKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
Three, or even four pairs of banderillas are planted in the shoulder of the bull, and they mislike him much.
And I could not mislike this kind, saue that the time will be long before it come to perfection.
The gentleman replied, 'Doth your lordship mislike the term (violent)?
Now I hold not with them who mislike these games altogether.
WITH THE KING AT OXFORDALFRED J. CHURCH

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