verb (used with object), dis·tast·ed, dis·tast·ing.
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Strom was characteristically candid about her distaste for both the New Age movement and the music industry at large.Pauline Anna Strom’s posthumous album cements her legacy as an electronic music visionary|Jonathan Williger|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
We also have a language filled with distaste for the civilian “others.”A Veteran’s View: NYC Cold War Between Cops and City Hall|Matt Gallagher|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their borderline baseline distaste for a person they did not know had become a sport, and the off season was finally over.
Perhaps ascribing a distaste for the Oscar winner and soon-to-be Interstellar star is an overstatement.
His distaste derives from a basic confusion in the position of the puritanical prescriptivist.Go Ahead, End With a Preposition: Grammar Rules We All Can Live With|Nick Romeo|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Colbert and Lampkin are not alone in their distaste for the online behemoth.
"He wasn't anything to show," said Betty, experiencing again the feeling of distaste she had had for the man.The Outdoor Girls in the Saddle|Laura Lee Hope
He looked at Mandleco with immense disdain, gave a pert tilt of his head and surveyed the room with a grimace of distaste.We're Friends, Now|Henry Hasse
A sudden distaste for the monotonous toil with the shovel came upon him, and he felt the call of the wilderness.The Gold Trail|Harold Bindloss
Since that time Frederick has written little or nothing, his distaste for work becoming more and more marked from that time on.
They call him Beau Lyndwood, thought the young man with a slight sense of distaste.The Rake's Progress|Marjorie Bowen