dislove verb transitive (prefix dis + love; cf. dislike, disapprove) Ð to have a deep negative feeling, attraction-through-aversion to smbd.

"Dislove" is a deeper feeling than "dislike," it is not just a matter of taste, but of personal relationship. It is addressed to individuals rather than to inanimate entities. Dislove implies a strong negative emotional connection to its object.
I don't hate Andy. I just dislove him. I wish him to be happy with somebody else.
by Mikhail Epstein November 07, 2003
8 Words related to dislove
Verb; To stop loving either a person, animal or anything you may love. To stop feeling love affection.
I don't want to dislove her because she has done so much for me, trying to keep the relationship going. If I ever dislove her, she'll be definitely heart-broken so I'm afraid to fall in love with someone else that I already like. Disloving someone that really loves you, could be very painful for the one who's in love.
by Edwin P. January 23, 2008
when you are dating someone and you dont talk or hang out with each other.
kate=im going out with adam!
mary lou=cool! when are you guys going to hang out... or even talk!
kate=probably never.
LATER THAT DAY
mary lou- kate is so dis-love ing adam
sharine-i know!
by hahafunnytimes December 01, 2009

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