disgust definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To excite sickness or loathing in; sicken.
    • To upset the flavor or moral feeling of; repel.
    • To provoke disgust or powerful distaste in; resulting in (anybody) loathing, at the time of the stomach; to excite aversion in; to offend the moral taste of; -- often with at, with, or by.
    • To stimulate nausea or loathing in; sicken.
    • To upset the style or moral feeling of; repel.
    • To trigger disgust or strong distaste in; resulting in (anyone) loathing, as of the tummy; to excite aversion in; to offend the moral style of; -- often with at, with, or by.
  • noun:
    • Profound aversion or repugnance excited by something unpleasant.
    • An intense dislike or loathing some body feels for anything bad or nasty.
    • Repugnance as to the is offensive; aversion or displeasure generated by something loathsome; loathing; strong distaste; -- said mostly associated with the sickening resistance thought for something which offends the actual body organs of flavor; today rather regarding the analogous repugnance excited by something exceptionally unpleasant to your ethical taste or maybe more sensibilities of our nature.
    • Strong disrelish or distaste; aversion to the flavor of meals or beverage; sickness; loathing.
    • Repugnance excited by something offensive or loathsome; a good feeling of aversion or repulsion; severe distaste or dislike.
    • Synonyms Hatred, Dislike, etc. (see antipathy), loathing, detestation, abhorrence.
    • strong emotions of dislike
    • Profound aversion or repugnance excited by one thing offensive.
    • a rigorous dislike or loathing some body feels for anything bad or nasty.
    • Repugnance as to what is unpleasant; aversion or displeasure produced by one thing loathsome; loathing; strong distaste; -- stated primarily of sickening opposition felt for something which offends the real body organs of style; today rather of this analogous repugnance excited by anything acutely unpleasant towards ethical style or higher sensibilities of our nature.
    • Strong disrelish or distaste; aversion towards taste of food or beverage; nausea; loathing.
    • Repugnance excited by some thing offensive or loathsome; a strong sense of aversion or repulsion; severe distaste or dislike.
    • Synonyms Hatred, Dislike, etc. (identify antipathy), loathing, detestation, abhorrence.
    • strong emotions of dislike
  • verb:
    • resulting in a powerful dislike for something.
    • cause aversion in; offend the ethical sense of
    • fill with distaste
    • To cause a rigorous dislike for one thing.
    • cause aversion in; upset the ethical sense of
    • fill with distaste
  • others:
    • To excite nausea or loathing in; offend the flavor of.
    • To offend your head or moral feeling of: with at or with, previously with from: as, to-be disgusted at foppery or with vulgar pretension.
    • To feel a distaste for; have actually an aversion to; disrelish.
    • To excite sickness or loathing in; upset the taste of.
    • To offend your brain or ethical feeling of: with at or with, formerly with off: as, to be disgusted at foppery or with vulgar pretension.
    • To feel a distaste for; have an aversion to; disrelish.

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