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mis·like

 (mĭs-līk′)
tr.v. mis·liked, mis·lik·ing, mis·likes
1. To disapprove of; dislike.
2. Archaic To displease.
n.
Disapproval; dislike.

[Middle English misliken, from Old English mislīcian : mis-, ill; see mis-1 + līcian, to please; see like1.]

mislike

(mɪsˈlaɪk)
vb (tr)
to dislike
n
dislike or aversion
misˈliker n

mislike


Past participle: misliked
Gerund: misliking

Imperative
mislike
mislike
Present
I mislike
you mislike
he/she/it mislikes
we mislike
you mislike
they mislike
Preterite
I misliked
you misliked
he/she/it misliked
we misliked
you misliked
they misliked
Present Continuous
I am misliking
you are misliking
he/she/it is misliking
we are misliking
you are misliking
they are misliking
Present Perfect
I have misliked
you have misliked
he/she/it has misliked
we have misliked
you have misliked
they have misliked
Past Continuous
I was misliking
you were misliking
he/she/it was misliking
we were misliking
you were misliking
they were misliking
Past Perfect
I had misliked
you had misliked
he/she/it had misliked
we had misliked
you had misliked
they had misliked
Future
I will mislike
you will mislike
he/she/it will mislike
we will mislike
you will mislike
they will mislike
Future Perfect
I will have misliked
you will have misliked
he/she/it will have misliked
we will have misliked
you will have misliked
they will have misliked
Future Continuous
I will be misliking
you will be misliking
he/she/it will be misliking
we will be misliking
you will be misliking
they will be misliking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been misliking
you have been misliking
he/she/it has been misliking
we have been misliking
you have been misliking
they have been misliking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been misliking
you will have been misliking
he/she/it will have been misliking
we will have been misliking
you will have been misliking
they will have been misliking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been misliking
you had been misliking
he/she/it had been misliking
we had been misliking
you had been misliking
they had been misliking
Conditional
I would mislike
you would mislike
he/she/it would mislike
we would mislike
you would mislike
they would mislike
Past Conditional
I would have misliked
you would have misliked
he/she/it would have misliked
we would have misliked
you would have misliked
they would have misliked
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mislike

verb
To have a feeling of aversion for:
Archaic: distaste.
noun
An attitude or feeling of aversion:
References in classic literature ?
Not that I altogether mislike banks, but they will hardly be brooked, in regard of certain suspicions.
He had a `ard, cold look and red eyes, and I took a sort of mislike to him, for it seemed as if it was `im as they was hirritated at.
These include Vardaman's "Cooked and et" and "My mother is a fish" (57, 66-67, 84, 101, 102, 195, 196); Cash's "It dont bother [me] none" (196, 207, 208, 239) and "It aint [on a] balance[d]" (96, 108, 144, 145, 165); and Anse's variations on such formulae as "No man so mislikes it" (19, 29, 30), "I dont begrudge her" (78, 117, 163), "Was there ere a such misfortunate man" (157, 163), and "I [or "We"] wouldn't be beholden" (19, 117, 206, 207).