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disrelish

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verb dis·rel·ish \(ˌ)dis-ˈre-lish\

Definition of disrelish

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to find unpalatable or distasteful

Examples of disrelish in a sentence

  1. <I disrelish the thought of sitting through endless meetings on the matter.>

1604

First Known Use of disrelish

1604


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disrelish

noun dis·rel·ish

Definition of disrelish

  1. :  lack of relish :  distaste, dislike

Examples of disrelish in a sentence

  1. <she showed a clear disrelish for the task of cleaning the fish that her husband had caught>

Circa 1625

First Known Use of disrelish

circa 1625



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