One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘I cannot defend a policy I candidly dislike’
hate, detest, loathe, abominate, abhor, despise, scorn, shun, execrate
be averse to, have an aversion to, hold in disfavour, have no liking for, disapprove of, object to, oppose, disagree with, take exception to, find distasteful, regard with distaste, regard with disgust, be unable to tolerate, find intolerable, be unable to bear, be unable to stand, be unable to abide, shrink from, shudder at, find repellent
informal be unable to stomach
rare disrelish, disfavour
1‘she viewed the other woman with dislike’
aversion, distaste, disfavour, disapproval, disapprobation, disesteem, enmity, animosity, hostility, animus, antipathy, antagonism
hate, hatred, detestation, loathing, disgust, repugnance, revulsion, abhorrence, abomination, odium, disdain, contempt
rare disrelish, repellence, repellency
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