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    • To consider with distaste or aversion.
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"To like and dislike the same things, this is what makes a solid friendship."

"There is much to dislike about President Obama's approach to the financial crisis. But opposition, it seems, will have to come from somewhere other than conservatism. The party out of power is also a party out of touch."

"When one has the feeling of dislike for evil, when one feels tranquil, one finds pleasure in listening to good teachings when one has these feelings and appreciates them, one is free of fear."

"The only time people dislike gossip is when you gossip about them."

"It is the sign of a great mind to dislike greatness, and to prefer things in measure to things in excess."

"Sad people dislike the happy, and the happy the sad the quick thinking the sedate, and the careless the busy and industrious."

"Learning to dislike children at an early age saves a lot of expense and aggravation later in life."

"I have an intense dislike for artificial society. In France, one could lead a free life - to do what one wanted to do without interference or criticism from one's neighbors."

"The British are supposed to be particularly averse to intellectuals, a prejudice closely bound up with their dislike of foreigners. Indeed, one important source of this Anglo-Saxon distaste for highbrows and eggheads was the French revolution, which was seen as an attempt to reconstruct society on the basis of abstract rational principles."

"Learning to dislike children at an early age saves a lot of expense and aggravation later in life."

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