Mild dislike or aversion: Harry nurtured a distaste for all things athletic [mass noun]: his mouth twisted with distaste
More example sentences
- Graham, you are not the first to suggest my opinion stemmed from a distaste of boxing.
- All those years of building left me with a permanent distaste for home renovations.
- The distaste was tangible across his face and he shuddered perceptibly.
dislike, disfavour, disdain;
repugnance, disgust, revulsion, contempt, antipathy, odium, hatred, loathing, detestation, execration, abomination, horror;
disinclination towards, aversion to, disapproval of, disapprobation of, displeasure with, dissatisfaction with, discontent with
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