disliked, past participle; disliked, past tense; disliking, present participle; dislikes, 3rd person singular present;
Feel distaste for or hostility toward
he was not distressed by the death of a man he had always disliked
A feeling of distaste or hostility
despite her dislike of publicity, she was quite a celebrated figure
they had taken a dislike to each other
A thing to which one feels aversion
I know all his likes and dislikes
disfavor: an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
have or feel a dislike or distaste for; "I really dislike this salesman"
a feeling of aversion or antipathy; "my dislike of him was instinctive"
Disgust is an emotion that is typically associated with things that are regarded as unclean, inedible, infectious,or otherwise offensive. For example, "I am disgusted by the stench and sight of that heap of rotting viscera. ...
(Dislikes) Crime, Indecisive People, M. Bison
(Dislikes) "Well, it's a dictionary and who likes dictionaries?" Krystal
(Dislikes) Daisy, Jasmine, Freya Kane Ragnal
(Dislikes) Politics, arguments, closed-minded people, fan-bashers, adult TV shows movies and video games, the list goes on and on...
(Dislikes) Stupid people, mean people, close-minded people, people who flame, preppy people, selfish people, people people (xD), cockroaches, Duskull.
(Dislikes) Trolls, Xbox, Viacom
Although social rejection can be hurtful, it is not bullying unless accompanied by repeated and deliberate attempts to distress or hurt.