verb (used with object), dis·tast·ed, dis·tast·ing.
- distance university,
- distant early warning,
- distant flap,
Origin of distaste
Examples from the Web for distaste
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
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.
Simon has previously spoken about the latter of the two focuses––specifically, his distaste for it.David Simon Says ‘The Wire’ Wouldn’t Survive on TV Today|Alex Suskind|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
"These are last year's models," he said, with just the right flavor of distaste in his voice.The Salesman|Waldo T. Boyd
She spoiled it all, however, by continually talking of the distaste she had for domestic obligations.Six Bad Husbands and Six Unhappy Wives|Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I soon felt that this was not the man for whom I had cherished so great a distaste.Reminiscences, 1819-1899|Julia Ward Howe.
O hours of refined felicity past and gone, how severe is your contrast with those of heaviness and distaste now endured!'The Wanderer (Volume 3 of 5)|Fanny Burney
There was distaste already at what lay before him; life offered no new way out.Mountain|Clement Wood