In former days my rascally colleagues used to tell me that I was unfit even to be seen; in fact, they so disliked
me that at length I began to dislike myself, for, being frequently told that I was stupid, I began to believe that I really was so.
But he already felt that Howards End was the objective, and, though he disliked
the house, was determined to defend it.
Natasha remained silent, from shyness Marya Dmitrievna supposed, but really because she disliked
anyone interfering in what touched her love of Prince Andrew, which seemed to her so apart from all human affairs that no one could understand it.
the evil it suggested, and in rechristening the act Voluntary Death, i.e., the death that comes from no other hand than one's own, he was desirous of elevating it to the position it held in classical antiquity (see Aphorism
Of course, being a good-hearted man, he liked men rather than he disliked
them, and so too with the peasants.
She and Jane would have been altogether cheered (in a tearful manner) by this sign that a brother who disliked
seeing them while he was living had been prospectively fond of their presence when he should have become a testator, if the sign had not been made equivocal by being extended to Mrs.
She hardly knew how to suppose that she could be an object of admiration to so great a man; and yet that he should look at her because he disliked
her, was still more strange.
Michael neither liked nor disliked him, but, rather, merely accepted him.
Michael never was aware whether he liked or disliked the bathing function.
Even the hardiest of them heartily disliked the turn and the man, although Duckworth, and Duckworth's Trained Cats and Rats, were an invariable popular success.
He did this not because he disliked
Meghan for Harry but because he felt that Harry didn't know her long enough to make such a serious commitment.
To explore this, a team of researchers asked 262 college students to think of characters they liked or characters they disliked