disliker


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disliker

(dɪsˈlaɪkə)
n
someone who dislikes
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By turns, the reader sizes Rilke up as a formal experimenter, a virtuoso of poetic technique, a psychological writer, an abstract philosopher, an aesthetician obsessed with the visual and concrete, an existential quester, a commentator on and disliker of contemporary culture, and a man with mystical leanings.
It's back to New york for the Dublin tax disliker as the longdelayed, hugely-hyped, vastlyexpensive Spiderman musical opened on Broadway.
TRUE LOVE The breed's friendly personality is what won over one former dog disliker, Mester's wife, Agnes.
AS A DISLIKER of words and phrases in greeting cards of sorts (birthday, Christmas, New Year, etc), I was interested to peruse Mrs EB Fitzsimmons's message (Daily Post, December 24).