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revolting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrevoltingre‧volt‧ing /rɪˈvəʊltɪŋ $ -ˈvoʊl-/ ●○○ adjective  DISGUSTINGextremely unpleasant syn disgusting The food was revolting! What a revolting colour!see thesaurus at horrible, tasterevoltingly adverb
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revoltingRemember that three piece suite Mrs Killeen had? It was grey and mustard. It was absolutely revolting!The smell from the river was revolting.I said to myself that the world is revolting and man is pitiful.Of course we were fascinated by revolting food, and liked inventing horror meals.a revolting idea for a situation comedyWho else would persuade me to care for his revolting Manrico, a creature who consumes at least two sheep hearts a day.Then, as the revolting mess began to ooze out, Helen drew back and shut her eyes.Entities zoom around in simulated three-dimensional space, colliding with each other, shooting each other down, swallowing each other amid revolting noises.Who's that TV presenter who always wears those revolting sweaters?They have spent all their money on gewgaws and revolting tinned restaurant meals.He thought she had a growth, or was losing her innards in some revolting way.The annoying thing was that the revolting youth had put his finger on a significant point.
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