From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisgustingdis‧gust‧ing /dɪsˈɡʌstɪŋ, dɪz-/ ●●●S2 adjective1DISGUSTINGextremely unpleasant and making you feel sick syn revoltingRubbish was piled everywhere – it was disgusting.Smoking is a really disgusting habit.► see thesaurus at bad, horrible, taste2BAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSshocking and unacceptableSixty pounds for a thirty-minute consultation. I think that’s disgusting!That’s a disgusting thing to say. —disgustingly adverbThey’re disgustingly rich.
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disgusting• Fifteen dollars for a salad? That's disgusting.• The approved school was bloodydisgusting.• The attitude toward immigrants and racialminorities in this country is disgusting.• And besides which, I find it disgusting.• I told her the flat was in too disgusting a state for her to come and visit.• They don't find it counterintuitive, and faintly disgusting, as I do.• It must have been taken years before he put on all that disgustingfat.• I think chewingtobacco is a disgustinghabit.• It's disgusting, men looking at pictures of 12-year-old naked girls.• It was kind of disgusting - she had something hanging out of her nose.• Lucy would find nothing more disgusting than a tumbler of sweetsherry with her dinner.• It's disgusting the way politicians use their position to their personal advantage.