Definition of Mislikes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of mislike) ¹



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Definition of Mislikes

1. mislike [v] - See also: mislike

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mislikes

misleeked
misleekes
mislen
misletoe
misletoes
mislie
mislies
mislight
mislighted
mislighting
mislights
mislike
misliked
misliker
mislikers
mislikes (current term)
misliking
mislink
mislinked
mislinking
mislinks
mislist
mislisted
mislisting
mislists
mislit
mislive
mislived
mislives
misliving

Literary usage of Mislikes

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1. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"Their meaning is ; (what though divine Manannan mislikes,) with a main power, even this same night, Britons' warlord, towards Cantion cliff's, should march. ..."

2. Calendar of State Papers: Foreign Series, of the Reign of Elizabeth by Great Britain Public Record Office (1870)
"March 15. mislikes his coming home without her licence. ... The Lord of Argyle plainly mislikes the coming home of Lord Darnley.—Edinburgh, 15 March 1564. ..."

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