Thesaurus / revolting

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I am one more victim at unsuspected hands, to the revolting rage for "Revelations."
The bare appearance of this tribunal has long been odious and revolting to the majority of the colonists.
We, who were unwilling witnesses of this revolting spectacle, were grinding our teeth in ill-suppressed rage.
The growth of this conviction has been purging theology of many crude and revolting dogmas.
THE CHURCH AND MODERN LIFEWASHINGTON GLADDEN
Dave gripped his gun tighter, and beat back the revolting thoughts that tried to crowd into his brain.
Now again his "revolting" qualities showed themselves, this time in the life class.
Roughly speaking, it clears up no difficulties, but rather adds to them the most revolting injustice.
REINCARNATIONTH. PASCAL
Two cases of this revolting barbarism were reported as having occurred amongst the villagers living near us.
The thought of her, dominated by this new and revolting delusion, filled him with dismay and horror.
But the circumstances were revolting, and need not be unduly discussed between gentlemen.

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