self-disgust

[ dis-guhst, dih-skuhst ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-disgust
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She pulled herself together, with a little shake of self-disgust.

With a groan of self-disgust, she dropped down on the footboard of Billy's chair.

“And I calls myself a prairie man,” he said aloud, in self-disgust.

He stopped short with an intolerable pang of impatience and self-disgust.

She found him anxious and miserable, full of disappointment and self-disgust.

The self-ridicule was more painful still than the self-disgust.

Paul Judson, torn with anger and self-disgust, turned back to the boy.

Then his eye caught his sandals, and he felt a spasm of self-disgust.

Lieutenant Carnotti came up to him, a look of self-disgust on his face.

It gave Dan a shiver of self-disgust and a sick feeling of hopelessness.

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