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And if I were in your place I should dislike her; I should resist her.
Heathcliff seemed to dislike him ever longer and worse, though he took some trouble to conceal it: he had an antipathy to the sound of his voice, and could not do at all with his sitting in the same room with him many minutes together.
Poyser duly seconded the invitation, for she would have held it a deep disgrace not to make her neighbours welcome to her house: personal likes and dislikes must not interfere with that sacred custom.
The men dislike him, the women despise him, and he dislikes and despises himself.
Annette belonged to that large section of the public which likes or dislikes a picture according to whether its subject happens to please or displease them.
Miss Price dislikes me because I have humour," said Clutton, looking meditatively at his canvas, "but she detests me because I have genius.
Nothing but some emergency or calamity great enough to break down all likes and dislikes, and throw them both back on their common humanity--and may they be spared any such trial
I had promised him her hand, sir, and regardless of our personal likes or dislikes, sir, that promise must be kept.
You know that old Prince Nicholas much dislikes his son's marrying.
Cassandra dislikes me, so far as she feels about me at all.
I imagine that my early likes and dislikes in Dickens were not very discriminating.
After all," he said, "you must think it strange of me to be so egotistical--to speak all the time so much of my likes and dislikes.