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  • The king refused to meet their terms, so they left the meeting in disgust.
  • It ended up being otherwise to the disgust of most of those present.
  • And when a wife disgusts her husband, the end of a happy married life has come! Cited from Sane Sex Life and Sane Sex Living, by H.W. Long
  • She is disgusted by her father's choice to take a second wife.
  • So they think it's time he started at his new school, to his total disgust.
  • Perhaps some were set by individual union members disgusted with the treatment they were receiving.
  • He was in bad health, and the talk of the camp probably disgusted him.
  • Their disgust and lack of enthusiasm show how they feel about the show.
  • Disgusted with the failure of that body, he retired from all active political life.
  • Yet if these feelings of disgust could be united into common action, something effective could be done.
  • I am disgusted with all you teachers and will never speak of any of you with respect.
  • Others however, seem completely disgusted by him and attempt to kill him or escape from his control.
  • She is disgusted with herself and tells him what she thinks of him.
  • He that looks into the book only for incident, will probably lay it down with disgust.
  • At the end of the act, he leaves them on the side of the road in disgust.
  • If to-day's experience at the old farm disgusts him, so be it. Cited from Taken Alive, by E. P. Roe
  • However, she rejected him, disgusted by his treatment of her in the past.
  • He brings her into his car and soon comes out disgusted.
  • He released the hostage after being disgusted when he broke wind in front of him.
  • Disgusted by what she had done, he then tells her to get out of his life forever.
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Meaning of disgust

  • noun Strong feelings of dislike
  • verb Fill with distaste
    This spoilt food disgusts me
  • verb Cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
    The pornographic pictures sickened us