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distaste

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verb dis·taste \(ˌ)dis-ˈtāst\

Definition of distaste

  1. transitive verb
  2. 1 archaic :  to feel aversion to

  3. 2 archaic :  offend, displease

  4. intransitive verb
  5. obsolete :  to have an offensive taste



1592

First Known Use of distaste

1592


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distaste

noun dis·taste

Simple Definition of distaste

  • : a strong feeling of not liking someone or something

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of distaste

  1. 1 a archaic :  dislike of food or drink b :  aversion, disinclination <a distaste for opera>

  2. 2 obsolete :  annoyance, discomfort

Examples of distaste in a sentence

  1. I see you still smoke, she said with distaste.

  2. <usually views abstract paintings with distaste>



1584

First Known Use of distaste

1584


DISTASTE Defined for Kids

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noun dis·taste \dis-ˈtāst\

Definition of distaste for Students





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