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1distaste

verb dis·taste \(ˌ)dis-ˈtāst\

Definition of DISTASTE

transitive verb
1
archaic :  to feel aversion to
2
archaic :  offend, displease
intransitive verb
obsolete :  to have an offensive taste

First Known Use of DISTASTE

1592

2distaste

noun

: a strong feeling of not liking someone or something

Full Definition of DISTASTE

1
a archaic :  dislike of food or drink
b :  aversion, disinclination <a distaste for opera>
2
obsolete :  annoyance, discomfort

Examples of DISTASTE

  1. I see you still smoke, she said with distaste.
  2. <usually views abstract paintings with distaste>

First Known Use of DISTASTE

1584

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