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  • Her face showed such a decided distaste to the idea that he said no more. Cited from Love at Second Sight, by Ada Leverson
  • I look forward with great distaste to leaving this place next week. Cited from Olivia in India, by O. Douglas (AKA Anna Buchan)
  • That picture in your studio gave her the distaste for all men for quite a long time. Cited from The Incomplete Amorist, by E. Nesbit
  • Again he was unable to keep the distaste from his eyes or tone. Cited from The Double Life Of Mr. Alfred Burton, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • "Why did you come here?" she asked, fear and distaste making her voice cold and hard. Cited from The Secret of the Storm Country, by Grace Miller White
  • He gave one more glance of distaste at the white hot road and gave up the struggle. Cited from The Wit and Humor of America, Volume V (of X), by Various
  • She might absolutely put these things to her own lips without distaste or harm. Cited from The Other Girls, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • Naturally such a course only added to his distaste for her. Cited from A Lover in Homespun, by F. Clifford Smith
  • All at once Bob had taken the young man in strong distaste. Cited from The Rules of the Game, by Stewart Edward White
  • Then came the old sense of race distaste and she looked steadily into the young man's face. Cited from The Heart of the Desert, by Honore' Willsie Morrow
  • She felt a great distaste for thinking or the necessity for even living at that moment. Cited from The Man of the Desert, by Grace Livingston Hill
  • His distaste for Parliamentary life was probably increased by an event which took place about this time. Cited from Bismarck and the Foundation of the German Empire, James Wycliffe Headlam
  • His distaste for slavery likely explains his choice to move north in his latter years in life.
  • As she entered the room now, on this May afternoon, she looked round it with her usual distaste. Cited from The Marriage of William Ashe, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • They became fast friends, drawn to each other by their mutual distaste for their strict school.
  • The distaste which they already felt for their task had become a deep disgust. Cited from The Texan Scouts, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • At this time, indeed, he had a positive distaste for the army. Cited from Boys' Book of Famous Soldiers, by J. Walker McSpadden
  • She held her head very still, stiff with distaste, and felt the weight lifted. Cited from The Fortieth Door, by Mary Hastings Bradley
  • Has a serious distaste for war, most likely caused by his father's death and subsequent health loss of his mother.
  • She no longer felt any horror -- only a great distaste. Cited from Love Stories, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
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