Sentence for dislike | Use dislike in a sentence

Sentences using the word dislike. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use dislike in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for dislike.

  • He just did dislike him. (8)
  • I dislike gloomy people! (10)
  • I dislike loudness of any kind. (8)
  • He did not dislike the character. (10)
  • Kilkee too has taken some dislike to Guy. (6)
  • They cordially dislike the reverse of it. (10)
  • You know my dislike of tattle and gossip. (10)
  • At present it is enough that I dislike it. (10)
  • You have no dislike of metaphors and parables? (10)
  • I dislike the sneering essence of his writings. (10)
  • English people dislike endearments, she had found. (10)
  • You must not dislike him because he makes you work. (10)
  • Do you think I dislike the task I propose to myself? (10)
  • I dislike poverty; but, as I say, I am ready to bear it. (10)
  • I dislike poverty; but, as I say, I am ready to bear it. (22)
  • Beaton felt the unconscious dislike in the endeavor of praise. (9)
  • I have the greatest dislike in the world to that sort of thing. (4)
  • Mrs. Corey looked at her with misgiving, hardening into dislike. (9)
  • She would take place of me then, and Henrietta would not dislike that. (4)
  • I keep referring to his face, until the dislike seems to become personal. (10)
  • Or, better, though I dislike them, we can telephone to your mother for a car. (8)
  • So far as he could tell there was no feature of him which need inspire dislike. (8)
  • Yet should you ask them whether they dislike sound sense, they vow they do not. (10)
  • The certainty that he wore those prerogatives of womanhood increased her dislike. (8)
  • And so are Mr. Allen and my father; and I have two brothers who do not dislike it. (4)
  • I challenged my philosopher in vain for a specific cause of his dislike of the scene. (9)
  • I understand how you must dislike all this; I know it must be painful to you, Mother. (8)
  • She places you above human creatures: possibly you may not dislike to be worshipped. (10)
  • But I am myself uncertain what it is that these good souls dislike to have the army prevent. (7)
  • Nor did the men at all dislike the difference of her manner with them, and with the ladies. (10)
  • The two men stood confronted, and at first sight of each other their quiescent dislike revived. (9)
  • They are the dough, and they dislike that yeasty stuff of life which comes and works about in them. (8)
  • My dislike of the institution of the family was heightened by an incident that illustrates my point. (12)
  • When we have not a liking for the creature whom we have no plain cause to dislike, we are minutely just. (10)
  • This literary person had left the club soon after its initiation, having conceived for it a sudden dislike. (8)
  • I disliked to differ with him, and perhaps he subtly felt this so much that he would not dislike me for doing it. (9)
  • We are both elegant and rather slender; we both love warmth and kittens; we both dislike interference with our fur. (8)
  • His fleshly horror of pain and ugliness was now disciplined, his spiritual dislike of them forced into a philosophy. (8)
  • Yet, however much he might dislike to go to a woman for such help, the chance began to loom large in his imagination. (13)
  • She still lifted her lip when she expressed contempt or dislike of persons; nor was she cured of her trick of frowning. (10)
  • Of these three possible reasons for our dislike of things as they are, the first two are perhaps contained within the third. (8)
  • She did not really dislike her sister-in-law enough to do her a wrong; she was only willing that she should do herself a wrong. (9)
  • She did not dislike Mr. Mavering; he was evidently a country person of great self-respect, and no doubt of entire respectability. (9)
  • She could not make out how nearly Ellen was to sharing the common dislike, or how far she would go in fortifying herself against it. (9)
  • Lord Valleys, twirling his moustache, regarded the guinea-pig without favour; he had rather a dislike for all senseless kinds of beasts. (8)
  • No; hatred had vanished long ago, and she had almost as long been ashamed of ever feeling a dislike against him, that could be so called. (4)
  • This dislike and animosity were visited upon one generation after another until finally it affected the worldly prosperity of the family. (5)
  • Miss Bingley was then sorry that she had proposed the delay, for her jealousy and dislike of one sister much exceeded her affection for the other. (4)
  • James did so dislike uncertainty; and with Montague, of course, he could not feel really satisfied to leave no grand-children but the young Darties. (8)
  • I know that in your letter to your father you expressed your dislike of such aims, a dislike which I have no means of understanding. (12)
  • He had forgotten the day when, adroitly taking advantage of an acute phase of her dislike to her home surroundings, he crowned his labours with success. (8)
  • And simply because she had uttered two or three exclamations of dislike of a revolutionary and infidel she was compelled to groan under her present oppression! (10)
  • Mr. Knightley, who, for some reason best known to himself, had certainly taken an early dislike to Frank Churchill, was only growing to dislike him more. (4)

Also see sentences for: abhor, antipathy, aversion, contempt, despise, detest, detestation.

Definition of dislike:

  • dislike, dis-lk’, v.t. to be displeased with: to disapprove of: to have an aversion to. | n. disinclination: aversion: distaste: disapproval. | adjs. dislike’able, dislik’able; dislike’ful (_spens._) | v.t. dislik’en (_shak._), to make unlike. | n. dislike’ness (_obs._), unlikeness. (0)

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