Disgusting [adjective]

Definition of Disgusting:

sickening; repulsive

Opposite/Antonyms of Disgusting:

Sentence/Example of Disgusting:

One wonders though how much effect this will have — it’s not like batteries traditionally taste good, and if the Tide Pod challenge taught us anything, it’s that people will eat stuff that tastes disgusting once they’re committed to the exercise.

My other advice would be never to drink diet soda because it’s disgusting and it’s addictive, and it was so hard to get it out of my system.

Americans and the demonization of police in this country, to me quite, frankly, is disgusting.

His avarice was disgusting beyond words, and with avarice went a tendency to underhand dealing, harshness, and malice.

Does a friend come and add to the gross character of such a man the unknown trait of disgusting gluttony?

It is a disgusting habit, and one not easily cured if once contracted, to make any noise with the lips when eating.

And my poor Ethel finds her singing constantly interrupted by the disgusting row made by our next-door neighbour.

It is not easy to imagine anything more disgusting and repulsive than these priests.

Ridiculous and disgusting as this folly was, it became, when constantly repeated, very annoying.

A great naturalist named Humboldt tells us that their manner of cooking them is especially disgusting.