distaste noun

ADJ. deep, extreme, great, intense, profound, strong | growing | evident, obvious She regarded the child with evident distaste. | irrational | mock

VERB + DISTASTE feel, have | express, show trying not to show her distaste | conceal, hide He couldn't conceal the deep distaste that he felt for many of their customs. | look at sb/sth with, regard sb/sth with, view sb/sth with

PREP. in ~ She wrinkled her nose in mock distaste. | with ~ Jim looked with distaste at the cockroach in his soup. | ~ at He couldn't hide his distaste at having to sleep in such a filthy room. | ~ for Joe had a profound distaste for violence.

PHRASES an expression/a look of distaste, a feeling of distaste