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
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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
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To hate yet love something
John: Man I hate yet love this meme
Bill: You're retarded, It's I dislove this meme. You plebian
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