Archaic To feel repugnance for; dislike.(verb-transitive)
Archaic To offend; displease.(verb-transitive)
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Use "distaste" in a sentence
"But your personal distaste is not a legitimate basis for unjust laws."
"His distaste is evident, but so is a kind of excitement."
"Perhaps his distaste is not about the amount of metaphysical pondering now verse then, but rather its alignment with his personal metaphysics."