[ US /dɪsˈɡəstɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɪsɡˈʌstɪŋ/ ]
  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 disgusting In A Sentence

  • The attitude toward immigrants and racial minorities in this country is disgusting.
  • He had the most disgusting rotten teeth and horn rim glasses with milk bottle lenses.
  • The disgusting partiality shown in the accusations was disrelished, as was the resort that had been had to torture. History of the United States, Volume 1 (of 6)
  • We live in a mixed society now and this sort of thing is disgusting and shouldn't be tolerated.
  • Bleah what disgusting news.
  • Oh sure, the boxing was kind of fun to watch (as much as I hate to enjoy it … what can I say, I’m a fan of forms of gladiatorship, even when they are rife with disgusting amounts of - isms), and Hillary Swank is Hillary Swank. Million dollar baby « Love | Peace | Ohana
  • We arrived home to the revelations about how disgusting York's public conveniences had been allowed to become over the Bank Holiday.
  • I was a conscienceless exploiter of men, a ruiner of families, a disgusting plutocrat who cared nothing for anyone but myself. The envelopes
  • As well as obscene and disgusting, it is utterly baffling. The Sun
  • This disgusting spectacle provides a revealing insight into the debased nature of what passes for political discussion in Britain today.
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