I would use "get tired of them".
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Can you replace highlighted word with Other good word.
(In below sentence, dislike is a normal word which means "you don't like it". But I need another word which shows "strong dislike feeling")
"I want to eat Chocolates until I feel dislike towards it."
Shouldn't the first verb be 'wanted', since you no longer feel like eating chocolates?
I am not a teacher.
(Chakrandhar loves chocolates so much that) s/he wants to eat them until s/he gets tired of them.
Chadrakhar, as I have said before 'Your clicks on 'Thank' were all the thanks we need.
Please note that a better title would have been I want to eat chocolate.
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I'd go with Rover's suggestions. We don't normally use tame expressions like "get tired of" or "dislike" with such a meaning.
"I want to eat chocolate until I puke" is an example of what you might hear, though it's not so polite.