Definition for DIS-LIKE'

DIS-LIKE', n. [dis and like.]

  1. Disapprobation; disinclination; displeasure; aversion; a moderate degree of hatred. A man shows his dislike to measures which he disapproves, to a proposal which he is disinclined to accept, and to food which he does not relish. All wise and good men manifest their dislike to folly.
  2. Discord; disagreement. [Not in use.] – Fairfax.

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