disgusting

[ dis-guhs-ting, dih-skuhs- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disgusting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISGUSTING

Death was everywhere, and in his most terrific and disgusting aspects.

Every appetite is openly displayed, it's a most disgusting sight!

All at once the poignant and disgusting attack of the insects ceased.

First of all it compels the proletariat to live in the most disgusting promiscuity.

It had, however, no other effect than that of disgusting all parties.

It is disgusting to have them blazing away at us like this and not be allowed to answer.

"What's most disgusting is that Nana might have heard everything," continued she.

Shall I stop the carriage and remove the contamination of my disgusting person?

The latter are so disgusting as to be almost unbearable by a stranger.

The most disgusting object in the world is a man who drinks!

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