Disgustful

/dɪsˈɡʌstfʊl/

Origin

First recorded in 1605–15; disgust + -ful (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Disgustful

Disgustful

adjective

  1. causing disgust; nauseous; offensive.

dictionary.com

Disgustful

adjective

  1. : provoking disgust
  2. : full of or accompanied by disgust

merriam-webster.com

Example sentences for Disgustful

  1. His sensibility is shrunk up and withered by events the most disgustful to his feelings.
  2. "I'm through with that bunch down there," he said in the tone of deep, disgustful renunciation.
  3. Saidee blushed with anger, disgustful words tingling on her tongue; but she remained silent, her lips parted.
  4. Yet this avenue, opprobrious and disgustful as it was, afforded the only means of escaping from the worst extremes of famine.
  5. Whatever hopes she had conceived of me were utterly dissipated: all my ways were disgustful to her.

Nearby words

disgregate , disgruntle , disgruntled , disguise , disgust , disgusting , dish , dish aerial , dish antenna , dish gravy

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