disliked (part of speech: verb)
disapproved (part of speech: verb)
condemned, admonished, defamed, disparaged, discredited, derided, censured, deprecated, renounced, castigated, blamed, criticized, scorned, chided, upbraided, denigrated, reproached, vilified, chastened, chastised, defiled, denounced
rejected (part of speech: verb)
cut, belched, deep-sixed, barred, curtailed, drained, abandoned, shed, jettisoned, discharged, sheared, ejaculated, chopped, scrapped, eliminated, lopped, evacuated, secreted, trashed, shedded, seeped, scraped, excised, erupted, rejected, ejected, excreted, clipped, disgorged, cropped, excluded, blacklisted, discarded, exhausted, exuded, vomited, oppugned, vented, denied, checked, disclaimed, disallowed, blackballed, spewed, sniped, culled, snipped, jilted, junked, emitted
prohibited (part of speech: verb)
- He began paying her some coarse country compliments- too strong in their direct flattery for even her father's taste, more especially as he saw by his wife's set lips and frowning brow how much she disapproved of their visitor's style of conversation. - "Sylvia's Lovers -- Complete", Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell.
- Of course, there would be no difficulty unless the application should be disapproved by my company commander, that is, the commander of my original company. - "Who Goes There?", Blackwood Ketcham Benson.
- Marshall had always disapproved of him, and he hated Victor, the French valet, who had brought him up from his cradle. - "The Bars of Iron", Ethel May Dell.