Aversion – a strong dislike
If you are averse to something, it means you hate it, or you are disinclined to do something, as in: "He had an aversion to hard work."
To remember the definition of the word aversion, use the following mnemonic:
There was a new version (aversion) of the computer game that the players had a strong dislike of.
Examples of aversion in a sentence
Jennifer has an aversion to air travel that prevents her from doing company business overseas.
He had an aversion to spiders and beetles.
They had an aversion to all kinds of authority and ended up in prison.