disrelish definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • having distaste for; dislike.
    • to possess distaste for; dislike.
    • Not to relish; to view as unpalatable or offensive; to feel a diploma of disgust at.
    • To rob of relish; to create nauseous or disgusting in a small level.
    • to not enjoy; to view as unpalatable or unpleasant; to feel a qualification of disgust at.
    • To deprive of relish; to create nauseous or disgusting in hook level.
    • to possess distaste for; dislike.
    • Not to relish; to regard as unpalatable or offensive; to feel a degree of disgust at.
    • To deprive of relish; to make nauseous or disgusting in a slight level.
  • noun:
    • Distaste; aversion.
    • deficiencies in relish: distaste
    • Want of relish; dislike (of palate or of brain); distaste; hook amount of disgust.
    • lack of relishing or palatable high quality; bad taste; nauseousness.
    • Distaste; aversion.
    • insufficient relish: distaste
    • Dislike of this taste of something; hence, dislike overall; some extent of disgust or antipathy.
    • lack of relish; distastefulness.
    • Want of relish; dislike (of palate or of head); distaste; hook amount of disgust.
    • lack of relishing or palatable quality; bad flavor; nauseousness.
    • Dislike for the flavor of one thing; therefore, dislike generally; some amount of disgust or antipathy.
    • Absence of relish; distastefulness.
    • Distaste; aversion.
    • deficiencies in relish: distaste
    • Want of relish; dislike (of this palate or associated with the brain); distaste; a slight level of disgust.
    • lack of relishing or palatable high quality; bad style; nauseousness.
    • Dislike associated with the flavor of anything; thus, dislike as a whole; some degree of disgust or antipathy.
    • Absence of relish; distastefulness.
  • verb:
    • To have no style for; to decline as distasteful.
    • To rob of relish; to produce nauseous or disgusting in a slight level.
    • To have no style for; to decline as distasteful.
    • To rob of relish; which will make nauseous or disgusting in a slight degree.
    • having no flavor for; to reject as distasteful.
    • To rob of relish; to help make nauseous or disgusting in a slight level.
  • others:
    • To dislike the flavor of; for this reason, to dislike for almost any explanation; feel some antipathy to: since, to disrelish a specific sorts of meals; to disrelish affectation.
    • To destroy the relish of and for; make unrelishing or distasteful.
    • To dislike the flavor of; for this reason, to dislike for any reason; feel some antipathy to: because, to disrelish a certain style of meals; to disrelish affectation.
    • To destroy the relish of and for; make unrelishing or distasteful.
    • To dislike the style of; for this reason, to dislike for reason; feel some antipathy to: since, to disrelish a particular types of food; to disrelish affectation.
    • To destroy the relish of or even for; make unrelishing or distasteful.

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