Thesaurus / repugnant

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I stood at my chamber-window, torn by a variety of purposes, and swayed alternately by repugnant arguments.
ARTHUR MERVYNCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
The thought of a traitor at the experimental station was repugnant to the Swifts and to Bud as well.
After some search the hut where they have taken refuge is found, and then takes place a horrible and repugnant scene.
Inspiration is only necessary to give authority to that which is repugnant to human reason.
Before leaving this repugnant milieu, one may still consider the leech.
And indeed it is repugnant to reason, and the principles of natural law, that such a state should subsist any where.
Yet to yield was as repugnant to every sentiment of love and delicacy as to every principle of truth and honour.
TALES OF MY TIME, VOL. 1 (OF 3)WILLIAM PITT SCARGILL
It is easy to express this hypothesis in such a way that it is repugnant to common sense.
What is there among the actions of beasts so illogical and repugnant to reason?
ESSAYSABRAHAM COWLEY
Such things are repugnant to a gentleman—and you should assume that he is one.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SALESMANSHIPWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON

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