Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers
Section II. Personal Affections
3. Prospective Affections

867. Dislike.

   NOUN:DISLIKE, distaste, disrelish, disinclination, displacency [rare].
  reluctance; backwardness (unwillingness) [See Unwillingness].
  REPUGNANCE, disgust, queasiness, nausea, loathing, loathfulness [rare], aversion, averseness, aversation [obs.], abomination, antipathy, abhorrence, horror; mortal -, rooted- -antipathy, – horror; hatred, detestation; hate [See Hate]; animosity [See Resentment].
  hydrophobia, canine madness; xenophobia, batophobia (nervousness) [See Fear]; Anglophobia, Germanophobia, Slavophobia &c.
  sickener; gall and wormwood (unsavory) [See Unsavoriness]; shuddering, cold sweat.
   VERB:DISLIKE, mislike, disrelish; mind, object to; would rather not, not care for; have -, conceive -, entertain -, take- -a dislike, – an aversion- to; have no -taste, – stomach- for; shrug the shoulders at, shudder at, turn up the nose at, look askance at; make a -mouth, – wry face, – grimace; make faces.
  shun, avoid [See Avoidance]; eschew; withdraw -, shrink -, recoil – from; not be able to -bear, – abide, – endure.
  LOATHE, nauseate, wamble [obs. or dial. Eng.], abominate, detest, abhor; hate [See Hate]; take amiss [See Resentment]; have enough of &c. (be satiated) [See Satiety].
  CAUSE DISLIKE, excite dislike; disincline, repel, sicken; make sick, render sick; turn one’s stomach, nauseate, disgust, shock, stink in the nostrils; go against the -grain, – stomach; stick in the throat; make one’s blood run cold &c. (give pain) [See Painfulness]; pall.
   ADJECTIVE:DISLIKING &c. v.; averse to, loath or loth, adverse; shy of, sick of, out of conceit with; disinclined; heartsick, dogsick; queasy.
  DISLIKED &c. v.; uncared for, unpopular, out of favor; repulsive, repugnant, repellent; abhorrent, insufferable, fulsome, nauseous, loathsome, loathful [rare], offensive; disgusting &c. v.; disagreeable (painful) [See Painfulness].
  UNEATABLE, inedible, inesculent [rare], unappetizing, unsavory.
   ADVERB:TO SATIETY, to one’s disgust; usque ad nauseam [L.].
   INTERJECTION:faugh! foh! ugh!    QUOTATIONS:
  1. Non libet.
  2. More abhorr’d Than spotted livers in the sacrifice.—Troilus and Cressida
  3. I find no abhorring in my appetite.—Donne