Wilson took a scunner at Aberdeen, and decided to leave it and look around him.
Them that likesna water brose will scunner at cauld steerie.
Was it possible that Timmy had a "scunner" against poor little Enid Crofton?
And that would give him a scunner against your story, mebbe!
Sure, that Grinstun man's enough to give a man a scunner at fossils for the rest of his life.
But she had what the Scotch call a 'scunner' against me when I was a boy.
Scunder or scunner; a dislike; to take a dislike or disgust against anything.
There he sat, a muckle fat, white hash of a man like creish, wi' a kind of a holy smile that gart me scunner.
The scunner in the foretop was near blinded by the driven snow.
"So I would if it weren't that I've a kind of a scunner of those black bog-holes," Bale said.
Extreme dislike; hostility: had taken a scunner against the main competitor
[1500+; fr Scots dialect]