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repugnant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrepugnantre‧pug‧nant /rɪˈpʌɡnənt/ adjective formal 🔊 🔊 UNPLEASANTvery unpleasant and offensive syn repellentdeeply/utterly/wholly etc repugnant 🔊 I find his political ideas totally repugnant.repugnant to 🔊 Animal experiments are morally repugnant to many people.
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repugnantCongressmen found Cray's behavior deeply repugnant.This last condition strikes many Catholics as repugnant.Oh, let me be honest, though honesty is nearly as repugnant as rationality.But this is a fairly repugnant conclusion to most of us.The idea of forcibly breaking up what was arguably a civil rights protest may simply have been repugnant to Gallagher.Thus the act in a twofold sense is repugnant to the Constitution.What leader can bind a people to a settlement wholly repugnant to them?deeply/utterly/wholly etc repugnantYet Republics are deeply repugnant to me.What leader can bind a people to a settlement wholly repugnant to them?
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