Noun(1) strong feelings of dislike
Verb(1) fill with distaste(2) cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
(1) Once again, this may seem obvious to some, and others may stop reading at this point in disgust .(2) The cabin smelled of mildew, and they turned their noses up in disgust .(3) I threw my betting slip down in disgust , and moved on to have a go at shooting some cans to try to win a furry toy instead.(4) the sight filled her with disgust(5) some of the audience walked out in disgust(6) I am writing in disgust over plans to demolish the Library and replace it with flats.(7) The show fanatics behind kept clucking in disgust and making noises of disapproval.(8) He left his job in disgust after being passed over for promotion and pay rises which were given to younger members of staff.(9) Sarah looked away in disgust , but everywhere were the signs of disrepair.(10) She crumpled it up in her hand and threw it to the floor in disgust , then sighed deeply.(11) They also said that their foreman had resigned in disgust over the manner of the dismissal.(12) I write to you in disgust at the comments made by your columnist.(13) She went on a bit more, but I didn't hear any of it, due to my storming off in disgust .(14) Some openly jeered and shouted in disgust when the final vote tally was announced.(15) When the motion was passed over 200 delegates stormed out of the conference in disgust .(16) She almost pulled her hand away in disgust , but managed to control herself.
(1) in disgust :: in afgryse
1. revulsion ::
2. revolt ::
3. outrage ::
4. churn up ::
5. repel ::
Different Formsdisgust, disgusted, disgusting, disgusts
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