disrelish


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Related to disrelish: abhor

dis·rel·ish

 (dĭs-rĕl′ĭsh)
tr.v. dis·rel·ished, dis·rel·ish·ing, dis·rel·ish·es
To have distaste for; dislike.
n.
Distaste; aversion.

disrelish

(dɪsˈrɛlɪʃ)
vb
(tr) to have a feeling of aversion for; dislike
n
such a feeling

dis•rel•ish

(dɪsˈrɛl ɪʃ)

v.t.
1. to have a distaste for; dislike.
n.
2. distaste; dislike.
[1540–50]

disrelish


Past participle: disrelished
Gerund: disrelishing

Imperative
disrelish
disrelish
Present
I disrelish
you disrelish
he/she/it disrelishes
we disrelish
you disrelish
they disrelish
Preterite
I disrelished
you disrelished
he/she/it disrelished
we disrelished
you disrelished
they disrelished
Present Continuous
I am disrelishing
you are disrelishing
he/she/it is disrelishing
we are disrelishing
you are disrelishing
they are disrelishing
Present Perfect
I have disrelished
you have disrelished
he/she/it has disrelished
we have disrelished
you have disrelished
they have disrelished
Past Continuous
I was disrelishing
you were disrelishing
he/she/it was disrelishing
we were disrelishing
you were disrelishing
they were disrelishing
Past Perfect
I had disrelished
you had disrelished
he/she/it had disrelished
we had disrelished
you had disrelished
they had disrelished
Future
I will disrelish
you will disrelish
he/she/it will disrelish
we will disrelish
you will disrelish
they will disrelish
Future Perfect
I will have disrelished
you will have disrelished
he/she/it will have disrelished
we will have disrelished
you will have disrelished
they will have disrelished
Future Continuous
I will be disrelishing
you will be disrelishing
he/she/it will be disrelishing
we will be disrelishing
you will be disrelishing
they will be disrelishing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disrelishing
you have been disrelishing
he/she/it has been disrelishing
we have been disrelishing
you have been disrelishing
they have been disrelishing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disrelishing
you will have been disrelishing
he/she/it will have been disrelishing
we will have been disrelishing
you will have been disrelishing
they will have been disrelishing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disrelishing
you had been disrelishing
he/she/it had been disrelishing
we had been disrelishing
you had been disrelishing
they had been disrelishing
Conditional
I would disrelish
you would disrelish
he/she/it would disrelish
we would disrelish
you would disrelish
they would disrelish
Past Conditional
I would have disrelished
you would have disrelished
he/she/it would have disrelished
we would have disrelished
you would have disrelished
they would have disrelished
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:

disrelish

verb
To have a feeling of aversion for:
Archaic: distaste.
noun
An attitude or feeling of aversion:
Translations

disrelish

(form)
nAbneigung f, → Widerwillen m(for gegen)
vteinen Widerwillen haben gegen
References in classic literature ?
Perceiving me immovable, she essayed another method of showing her disrelish for her occupation.
Him through the spicie Forrest onward com ADAM discernd, as in the dore he sat Of his coole Bowre, while now the mounted Sun Shot down direct his fervid Raies, to warme Earths inmost womb, more warmth then ADAM need; And EVE within, due at her hour prepar'd For dinner savourie fruits, of taste to please True appetite, and not disrelish thirst Of nectarous draughts between, from milkie stream, Berrie or Grape: to whom thus ADAM call'd.
I don't know what the sensation of being darned may be, or whether a man's mother has a keener relish or disrelish of the process than anybody else; but if the endurance of this mysterious ceremony by the old lady in question had depended on the accuracy of her son's vision in respect to the abstract brightness and smartness of the Harrisburg mail, she would certainly have undergone its infliction.
However, in Kurdistan is different because when the journalists face problems and when they do not win the case, the law charge them by an amount of money according to law as penalty, for example article nine illustrated some points about fined journalists and editor in chief by an amount that is not fewer than one million diners and no extra than five million diners when they printed those points: when they abetment societies to grouch or disrelish odds and dissonance among the elements of community, despised the religious principles, sacred and spiritual, Any information relevant to the private life of people until if correct, because it leave impact on their personality or publish swearing and aspersion, if the newspaper repeat the action, the law could raise the fine amount to twice.
Disrelish of reason apropos of moral judgments and knowledge of certain "metaphysical" truths--e.