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Definition of "misliking" [mis•lik•ing]

  • Present participle of mislike. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "misliking" in a sentence
  • "Fisherman beckoning and talking to him, though he knew not what he was saying; so he said to Sandal, misliking his behaviour, O"
  • "These sympathies are pretty sure to be mutual amongst men and women, and if, for my part, some kind friend tells me that such and such a man has been abusing me, I am almost sure, on my own side, that I have a misliking to such and such a man."
  • "Yet the Greeks not enduring but utterly misliking it, the Lacedaemonians, sending to Delphi, caused this to be cut out, and the names of the cities, as it was fit, to be engraven instead of it."