But he does harbour this horrible dread of dentistry which became a real scunner when he suffered a bout of toothache.
Roth takes an especial scunner to poor Kentucky, his locus of American evil.
why have you a scunner against Esme?
The jury obviously took a scunner (an intense disliking) to the plaintiff and the plaintiff's case.
Labour's opponents claim they are encountering a door-step scunner factor with the government's choice of election timing, four days before Christmas.
Against that dark, wavy-haired, bespectacled and pompous little individual, I had taken an instant scunner .
why have you a scunner against him?
For 800 of those 850 pages I was transported, absorbed, unsettled and delighted; but scunnered by the cop-out.
Somebody might inform him that while he may know the Danish and English words for the feelings he has experienced this week, he should be aware they could best be described, in Scottish terms, as scunnered .
I'm a wee bit scunnered with football at the moment, as you can imagine.