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Synonyms of 'disgust'

(verb) 
Definition
to sicken or fill with loathing
He disgusted everyone with his boorish behaviour.
Synonyms
sicken
What he saw there sickened him, despite years of police work.
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offend
The smell of smoke offends me.
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revolt
He entirely revolts me.
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put off
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repel
excitement which frightened and repelled her
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nauseate
Ugliness nauseates me. I like to have beautiful things around me.
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gross out (slang)
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turn your stomach
The true facts will turn your stomach.
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fill with loathing
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cause aversion
Opposites
(noun) 
Definition
a great loathing or distaste
A look of disgust came over his face.
Synonyms
loathing
She looked at him with loathing.
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revulsion
His voice was filled with revulsion.
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hatred
He has been accused of inciting racial hatred.
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dislike
The two women viewed each other with dislike and suspicion.
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nausea
The dreadful story he told brought on a palpable feeling of nausea.
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distaste
He looked at her with distaste.
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aversion
Many people have an aversion to insects.
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antipathy
She'd often spoken of her antipathy towards London.
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abomination
He had become an object of abomination.
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repulsion
She gave a shudder of repulsion.
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abhorrence
They are anxious to show their abhorrence of racism.
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repugnance
She felt a deep sense of repugnance.
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odium (formal)
She has been exposed to public odium and scandal.
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detestation
They were united in their detestation of the government.
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hatefulness
Opposites
(noun) 
Colleagues last night spoke of their disgust at the decision.
Synonyms
outrage
The decision has provoked outrage from human rights groups.
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anger
He cried with anger and frustration.
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fury
She screamed, her face distorted with fury.
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resentment
Rigid policing can only feed resentment and undermine confidence.
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wrath
His action incurred the wrath of animal rights activists.
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indignation
No wonder he could hardly contain his indignation.

Additional synonyms

in the sense of abhorrence
They are anxious to show their abhorrence of racism.
in the sense of abomination
He had become an object of abomination.
in the sense of anger
Definition
a feeling of extreme annoyance or displeasure
He cried with anger and frustration.

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