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To feel strong dislike for or hostility toward:
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  1. To feel strong dislike for or hostility toward:
  2. To be disinclined (to do something) out of politeness or a need to apologize:
  3. To dislike or wish to avoid; have a strong aversion to
The cause or object of such a feeling:
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  1. The cause or object of such a feeling:
  2. The act or fact of averting:
  3. An intense or definite dislike; antipathy; repugnance
The object of such dislike
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  1. The object of such dislike
  2. (Obs.) An opposition in character, nature, tendency, etc.
  3. Contrariety or opposition in feeling; settled aversion or dislike; repugnance; distaste.
Alienation of affection; displeasure; anger.
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  1. Alienation of affection; displeasure; anger.
  2. A feeling of dislike, aversion or antipathy.
  3. Dislike or aversion (for)
To dislike intensely; abhor.
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  1. To dislike intensely; abhor.
  2. To dislike intensely; hate; abhor
To declare unfit for use or service
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  1. To declare unfit for use or service
  2. To adjudge something, often a building, to be illegal, unfit for public use, or a hazard to the public and order it to be destroyed.
  3. To force (someone) to experience, endure, or do something:
To regret; bemoan.
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  1. To regret; bemoan.
  2. To regard as unfortunate or wretched
  3. To feel or express strong disapproval of; condemn:
(Intransitive) To feel or show antipathy.
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  1. (Intransitive) To feel or show antipathy.
To detest thoroughly; abhor.
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  1. To detest thoroughly; abhor.
  2. To dislike very much
  3. To feel hatred and disgust for; loathe
To have distaste for; dislike.
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  1. To have distaste for; dislike.
(Archaic) To displease.
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  1. (Archaic) To displease.
  2. (Now Rare) To be displeased at; dislike
To feel repugnance for; dislike.
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  1. To feel repugnance for; dislike.
  2. 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, II.4.1.i:
  3. To have a distaste for; dislike
A lack of inclination; a mild aversion or reluctance.
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  1. A lack of inclination; a mild aversion or reluctance.
  2. A dislike or lack of desire; aversion; reluctance
Dislike
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  1. Dislike
  2. Distaste; aversion.
Alienation of affection; displeasure; anger.
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  1. Alienation of affection; displeasure; anger.
  2. A feeling of dislike, aversion or antipathy.
  3. Dislike or aversion (for)
(Now Rare) Dislike; disapproval
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  1. (Now Rare) Dislike; disapproval
Simple past tense and past participle of resend.
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  1. Simple past tense and past participle of resend.
  2. To feel or show displeasure and hurt or indignation over (some act, remark, etc.) or toward (a person), from a sense of being injured or offended
To have a low esteem for someone, to look down upon someone, to hold someone in contempt
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  1. To have a low esteem for someone, to look down upon someone, to hold someone in contempt
To regard with horror or loathing; detest:
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  1. To regard with horror or loathing; detest:
  2. To shrink from in disgust, hatred, etc.; detest
To have an unfavorable opinion:
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  1. To have an unfavorable opinion:
  2. To refuse to approve; reject
  3. To have or express an unfavorable opinion of; consider (something) wrong; condemn
To call down evil upon; curse
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  1. To call down evil upon; curse
  2. To speak abusively or contemptuously of; denounce scathingly
  3. To feel loathing for; abhor.
To feel intense dislike, disgust, or hatred for; abhor; detest
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  1. To feel intense dislike, disgust, or hatred for; abhor; detest
  2. To dislike (someone or something) greatly; abhor.
To dislike intensely; loathe:
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  1. To dislike intensely; loathe:
  2. To regard with contempt or scorn:
  3. To look down on with contempt and scorn
To refrain from (doing something).
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  1. To refrain from (doing something).
  2. To avoid using, accepting, participating in, or partaking of:
  3. To keep away from (something harmful or disliked); shun; avoid; abstain from
To avoid, especially persistently.
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  1. To avoid, especially persistently.
  2. To stay away from; not go to:
  3. To keep away from; avoid scrupulously or consistently, often, specif., as a practice by a group against a co-worker, coreligionist, etc. who has fallen out of favor
To take notice; give heed:
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  1. To take notice; give heed:
  2. (Regional) To bring (an object or idea) to mind; remember.
  3. To be careful about:
To consider or treat as contemptible or unworthy:
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  1. To consider or treat as contemptible or unworthy:
  2. To consider or reject (doing something) as beneath one's dignity:
  3. To reject or refuse with derision:
To annul, cancel, make void, or nullify for some legal reason a transaction to which one is a party or owes an obligation. For example, a child who is under the age of capacity may disavow a contract and avoid her obligations under it because she lacks the legal capacity to enter into a contract. See also annul, voidable, and ratify. To annul, cancel, make void, or nullify for some legal reason a transaction to which one is a party or owes an obligation. For example, a child who is under the age of capacity may disavow a contract and avoid her obligations under it because she lacks the legal capacity to enter into a contract. See also annul, voidable, and ratify.
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  1. To annul, cancel, make void, or nullify for some legal reason a transaction to which one is a party or owes an obligation. For example, a child who is under the age of capacity may disavow a contract and avoid her obligations under it because she lacks the legal capacity to enter into a contract. See also annul, voidable, and ratify. To annul, cancel, make void, or nullify for some legal reason a transaction to which one is a party or owes an obligation. For example, a child who is under the age of capacity may disavow a contract and avoid her obligations under it because she lacks the legal capacity to enter into a contract. See also annul, voidable, and ratify.
  2. To refrain from (doing something):
  3. To stay clear of; go around or away from:
To hold in low esteem; dislike; despise; slight
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  1. To hold in low esteem; dislike; despise; slight
  2. To hold in disfavor.
  3. To hold little or no esteem for; to consider worthless.
To view with contempt; despise.
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  1. To view with contempt; despise.
  2. (Chiefly Literary) To treat or think of with contempt; scorn
To have distaste for; dislike.
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  1. To have distaste for; dislike.
(Idiomatic, intransitive) Alternative form of make a face.
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  1. (Idiomatic, intransitive) Alternative form of make a face.
(Idiomatic) To dislike; to regard with skepticism, disbelief, disfavor, etc.
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