- to dislike.
- to displease.
Origin of mislike
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Examples from the Web for mislike
Or is it unkindness to let him see that I mislike his capers?The Tavern Knight
Perhaps I am a coward, but I mislike these roving night-hands.Love-at-Arms
So highly did they mislike this unmercifull spoyling and deceiving our brethren.On the Old Road, Vol. 2 (of 2)
Now I hold not with them who mislike these games altogether.With the King at Oxford
Alfred J. Church
Nor did Sir Gawain mislike his fair son, whom he caressed right often.Sir Gawain and the Lady of Lys
- to dislike
- dislike or aversion
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Word Origin and History for mislike
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