He lied—the maiden did not mislike my question;—she but hung her head to have it so openly spoken.
So highly did they mislike this unmercifull spoyling and deceiving our brethren.
"The one thing about it that I mislike is that we seem to be running away from hearsay," I said.
Now I hold not with them who mislike these games altogether.
Perhaps I am a coward, but I mislike these roving night-hands.
Nor did Sir Gawain mislike his fair son, whom he caressed right often.
Or is it unkindness to let him see that I mislike his capers?
We mislike no bishops save that they stand by a tyrannous church.
mislike me not for my complexion, / The shadow'd livery of the burnish'd sun, / To whom I am a neighbour and near bred.
"It is an ill-smelling spot; I mislike it myself," answered Catesby.