Thesaurus / distastefulness

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The first time he collected this strange meal and attempted to eat, his very soul rose against the distastefulness of the mess.

Even to-day the tendency to regard mere bitterness or distastefulness as a medicinal property in itself has not entirely died out.

Preventable DiseasesWoods Hutchinson

The work had left him with a curious irritating sense of its distastefulness.

Page 263, after the word insects (bottom line of note), add, but the whole marking is suggestive of distastefulness.

We have also some corresponding evidence as to the distastefulness of the Eastern Danaidae.

Darwinism (1889)Alfred Russel Wallace

It is also conceivable that the eye-spots may in other cases have been converted into a warning sign of distastefulness.

She was not of a character to let the distastefulness of any duty hinder her from undertaking it.

Emily BrontA. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances) Robinson

From the recorded habits it seems most probable that the colours and markings of this caterpillar are signals of distastefulness.

Despite the distastefulness of the work, she felt sure he would come finally to like acting before the camera.

Are these also means of terrifying, or are they only signals of distastefulness?

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