Adjective "revolting" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/rɪˈvəʊltɪŋ/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Causing intense disgust; disgusting.
  1. 'I actually get quite offended if anyone dares to use that revolting word when referring to me.'
  2. 'I wonder what the revolting students find objectionable about that.'
  3. 'There was a revolting smell that lingered in the air.'
  4. 'No wonder I didn't know I had a brain when I was at home, or that I wasn't a totally revolting person.'
  5. 'And when cops raided his house, they found evidence of an even more revolting crime.'
  6. 'This is a revolting confession, I know.'
  7. 'This is a revolting gesture of superiority.'
  8. 'It is kind of funny in a revolting way.'
  9. 'There seems to be a competition going on amongst the senior managers to see who can wear the silliest or most revolting tie.'
  10. '"He is the most revolting human being I have ever met," Butler said.'

Definitions

1. disgusting; repulsive: a revolting sight.

2. rebellious.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be revolting."

"packages can be revolting."

"massacres can be revolting."

"agents can be revolting."

"sights can be revolting."

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