Simple past tense and past participle of dislike.(verb)
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Use "disliked" in a sentence
"Imagine this lead sentence in a news story on Nov. 7, 2012: "Barack Obama enters his second term disliked by the majority of voters, distrusted by his Democratic colleagues in Congress and facing a budget catastrophe with few painless solutions.""
"All it does is show why Darwin disliked Christianity."
"The sentence shows that Darwin disliked the form of Christianity that condems all non-believers to eternal damnation."