disgustful

ADJECTIVE
  1. highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
    a disgusting smell
    a loathsome disease
    revolting food
    a wicked stench
    distasteful language
    the idea of eating meat is repellent to me
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How To Use disgustful In A Sentence

  • But she did see that her parents treated her differently from her brothers, and she did notice the disgustful looks of those who had been in charge of her care.
  • We frequently meet with many that are not only vicious, but disgustful, and have nothing of that by which Cicero is desirous they should be distinguished.
  • The first thing the little rascal did was to write a withering leader denouncing Mr. Scandril as a "demagogue, the degradation of whose political opinions was only equaled by the disgustfulness of the family connections of which those opinions were the spawn! The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 8 Epigrams, On With the Dance, Negligible Tales
  • Any words and deeds that underestimate netizen intelligence quotient can suffer only disgustful and mock.
  • As hunger is appeased by eating (derivation of pleasure) still excessive eating may cause obesity to disgustful feeling or even aversion towards food (indication of pain), which again is a form of instinctive pain followed by the instinctive pleasure.
  • But he was a specialist in his particular line of disgustfulness, and saw in rural France what he took there with him. In a Green Shade A Country Commentary
  • These proceedings of theirs, the difficulty of access to them on office-business, and a supercilious behavior, rendered them disgustful to people in general, who in consequence thereof treated them with neglect.
  • For if these things when happening in the body are disgustful, much more when in the soul.
  • Angelo's granite verses, weeded Lorenzo of disgustfulness, Politian of pedantry. The Fool Errant
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