Founded in 1913 “to combat racial and religious prejudice,” the ADL historically took a dim view of racial and ethnic preferences.
He takes a dim view of the creeping social conservatism in our culture.
He gazed anxiously into the muddy water and caught a dim view of the little girl's white dress.
Joe had a hunch the army would take a dim view of anyone found with one of their mules.
There, through an eye-shaped dead-light in the back of the carriage he obtained a dim view of its occupant.
"Then the Ifugaos will take a dim view of our hunting their golden skull," Rick guessed.
His men got a dim view of him in the mists; he loomed like a statue of heroic size on the horse.
I say, appeared to be; for we stood in thick fog or in the heart of clouds which limited our dim view to a radius of twenty feet.
Since Mun was sure to take a dim view of such goings on, Harky never betrayed the thief.
They see no doom in the bugs, and since they can't file their stories they take a dim view of the quarantine.