1540s (implied in disliking), hybrid which ousted native mislike as the opposite of like (v.). Related: Disliked; disliking. English in 16c. also had the excellent dislove "hate, cease to love," but it did not survive.
1. They had a snobbish dislike for their intellectual and social inferiors.
2. He may suddenly take a dislike to foods that he's previously enjoyed.
3. Norma is said to dislike the glare of publicity.
4. Years of dislike boiled over and blows were exchanged.
5. He made no attempt to conceal his dislike of me.