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Repugnancy vs Dislike - What's the difference?

repugnancy | dislike | Related terms |

Repugnancy is a related term of dislike.


As nouns the difference between repugnancy and dislike

is that repugnancy is the quality or property of being repugnant while dislike is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

As a verb dislike is

(obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

Despised vs Dislike - What's the difference?

despised | dislike |


As verbs the difference between despised and dislike

is that despised is (despise) while dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

As an adjective despised

is hated; viewed with scorn.

As a noun dislike is

an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

Dislike vs Contrariety - What's the difference?

dislike | contrariety | Related terms |

Dislike is a related term of contrariety.


As nouns the difference between dislike and contrariety

is that dislike is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion while contrariety is opposition or contrariness; cross-purposes, marked contrast.

As a verb dislike

is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

Favourite vs Dislike - What's the difference?

favourite | dislike |


As nouns the difference between favourite and dislike

is that favourite is a person who enjoys special regard or favour while dislike is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

As verbs the difference between favourite and dislike

is that favourite is while dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

As an adjective favourite

is preferred or liked above all others (unless qualified).

Dislike vs Irreconcilableness - What's the difference?

dislike | irreconcilableness | Related terms |

Dislike is a related term of irreconcilableness.


As nouns the difference between dislike and irreconcilableness

is that dislike is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion while irreconcilableness is the quality of being irreconcilable; irreconcilability; incompatibility; incongruity.

As a verb dislike

is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

Dislike vs Disapprove - What's the difference?

dislike | disapprove | Related terms |

Dislike is a related term of disapprove.


As verbs the difference between dislike and disapprove

is that dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only) while disapprove is to condemn; consider wrong or inappropriate.

As a noun dislike

is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

Reluctance vs Dislike - What's the difference?

reluctance | dislike | Related terms |

Reluctance is a related term of dislike.


As nouns the difference between reluctance and dislike

is that reluctance is unwillingness to do something while dislike is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

As a verb dislike is

(obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

Again vs Dislike - What's the difference?

again | dislike |


As an adverb again

is (label) back in the reverse direction, or to an original starting point.

As a preposition again

is (obsolete or dialectal) against.

As a noun dislike is

an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

As a verb dislike is

(obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

Perplexed vs Dislike - What's the difference?

perplexed | dislike |


As verbs the difference between perplexed and dislike

is that perplexed is (perplex) while dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

As an adjective perplexed

is confused or puzzled.

As a noun dislike is

an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

Repugnant vs Dislike - What's the difference?

repugnant | dislike |


As verbs the difference between repugnant and dislike

is that repugnant is while dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only).

As an adjective repugnant

is repugnant.

As a noun dislike is

an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

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