Definition of 'disgust'
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The first woman in the queue gave me a look of disgust. The Sun (2016)He said: 'It was a disgusting tackle. The Sun (2017)She said: 'I am disgusted. The Sun (2017)I'm on the Tube all the time looking disgusting. The Sun (2016)I am shocked and disgusted with the dodgy deals and sheer, ugly greed that we now know lurks at the very top of our national game. The Sun (2016)Those who played a part in this disgusting display should look at their behaviour and feel ashamed. The Sun (2008)What you did was absolutely disgusting and sickening. The Sun (2009)You can only imagine the shock and disgust that followed. The Sun (2012)Think about them until you feel disgust. The Sun (2013)My family are disgusted at his behaviour. The Sun (2014)It was like getting rid of something disgusting. Behind Closed Doors - advice for families with violence in the home (1988)What gives it buoyancy makes it taste disgusting. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then they either look shocked or disgusted! The Sun (2015)They are either totally delicious or absolutely disgusting. The Sun (2014)How it would shock and disgust them! Times, Sunday Times (2015)It made me feel ashamed and disgusting. The Sun (2014)It also captures some profoundly disgusting behaviour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It seems that spider phobia might actually highlight a fear of contact with something disgusting. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)The only snag is that soya milk also tastes absolutely disgusting. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The fact it is not is absolutely disgusting. The Sun (2014)He is the sort of creature that horror films have used effectively to stir shock and disgust. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He has a thousand ways to express contempt, loathing and disgust. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She told the hearing in Dundee that she had been disgusted by the incident. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He has the rubbery features of a depressed albino bulldog and a thousand ways to express contempt, loathing and disgust. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She said: 'I was disgusted about the whole thing. The Sun (2007)She said: 'I was absolutely disgusted. The Sun (2014)He said: 'It was disgusting. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'disgust'
British English: disgust NOUN
Disgust is a feeling of very strong dislike or disapproval.
He spoke of his disgust at the incident.
British English: disgust VERB
To disgust someone means to make them feel a strong sense of dislike and disapproval.
He disgusted many with his boorish behaviour.
Definition of disgust from the Collins English Dictionary
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