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disrelish

verb dis·rel·ish \ (ˌ)dis-ˈre-lish \

Definition of disrelish

transitive verb
: to find unpalatable or distasteful

Examples of disrelish in a Sentence

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

First Known Use of disrelish

1604

disrelish Synonyms

Synonyms
disfavor, dislike, mislike
Antonyms
adore, cotton (to), delight (in), dig, enjoy, fancy, groove (on), like, love, relish, revel (in)
Related Words
abhor, abominate, detest, execrate, hate, loathe, resent; condemn, despise, scorn; cringe (at), disapprove (of), frown (on or upon), mind, object (to), shy (from or away from)
Near Antonyms
admire, appreciate, cherish, esteem, regard, respect; adore, deify, idolize, revere, reverence, venerate, worship; prize, treasure, value; drink (in), savor (also savour); dote (on), idolize; favor, prefer

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disrelish

noun

Definition of disrelish

: 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

First Known Use of disrelish

circa 1625



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