Adjective "Disgusting" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/dɪsˈɡʌstɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Arousing revulsion or strong indignation.
  1. 'I think the decision is disgusting'
  2. 'We hope the public will help us to stop this disgusting practice.'
  3. 'We wish to object to the disgusting sight we have to put up with whenever we look out of our window.'
  4. 'I hope you will stick with this inquiry and expose their disgusting operations.'
  5. 'Alexia looked at me like I had just said the most vile and disgusting thing about her.'
  6. 'Lee said showing the 1962 war epic was a disgusting and offensive way to mark the emotional trip.'
  7. 'I am appealing to their sense of decency to stop this disgusting greed.'
  8. 'There was something frankly disgusting about the wealth and splendour on display.'
  9. 'It was, without exception, one of the most disgusting things I have ever seen.'
  10. 'It's a disgusting habit that really mystifies and intrigues me at the same time.'
  11. 'This is the disgusting context in which tomorrow's debate must be set.'

Definitions

1. causing disgust; offensive to the physical, moral, or aesthetic taste.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be disgusting to barmaids."

"people can be disgusting off heads."

"people can be disgusting."

"ways can be disgusting."

"incidents can be disgusting."

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