To regard with distaste or aversion.(verb-transitive)
An attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.(noun)
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Use "dislike" in a sentence
"Huskers fans are imagining conspiracies against their team, convinced that anyone else's dislike is code for jealousy of all Nebraska's awesomeness."
"They may well be dismayed at the changes they don't like ... but at the very heart of their dislike is their dislike for a man of color in the highest seat in the land!"
"The primary cause of the dislike is the multiple year contracts that cell phone companies try so hard to force people into."