Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Filled with disgust or irritated impatience.

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  • adj. filled with disgust
  • adj. irritated and out of patience
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of disgust.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. having a strong distaste from surfeit.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having a strong distaste from surfeit

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Examples

  • “We could never have killed him, Reed,” Noelle said, her expression disgusted.

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  • I remain disgusted that society is still arranged in such a fashion that her "virginity" can still be proscribed and defined as a commodity and valued as such, to the point that she's able to profit off that choice.

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  • He was a clean kid, and all the riotin 'disgusted him.

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  • I was, however, most disturbed by a town in Maine … Hobbs … The people there, and the things which will not leave my mind … But your phraseology … To be disgusted is to not understand, and it is my role to understand those things which cannot be understood.

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  • I was plain disgusted with trying to barely break even.

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  • And after that I had learned the bitter lesson that even deathless grief may die; and I had laughed again and done my share of philandering with the pretty, ferocious moths that fluttered around the light of my fortune and artistry; and after that, in turn, I had retired disgusted from the lists of woman, and gone on long lance-breaking adventures in the realm of mind.

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  • The duke, with his usual folly, touched on other subjects equally dangerous, his visit to Rome, and his conversion to Romanism; and, in short, disgusted the cautious

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  • He appeared to be weary of his troubles and his love, — in short, disgusted with life.

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  • He appeared to be weary of his troubles and his love, -- in short, disgusted with life.

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  • The NY Times reports that many Americans are "disgusted" -- their word, not mine -- with the early start of the 2008 campaign.

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