Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dislike.(verb)
Plural form of dislike.(noun)
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Use "dislikes" in a sentence
"Justice Kagan noted that the court has long been protective of even outrageous opinions because to impose damages based on a jury's tastes, likes or dislikes, is to undermine the whole idea of free speech."
"What I really think he dislikes is who is wearing it."
"What Evans really dislikes is art itself, at least as far as it has dared to sully the innocence of fiction: "The histories of the novel and of storytelling ran together until the early 20th century; since the 1920s, that history has been one of formal drift, away from the novel as a social form that described how characters live in relation to others ...""