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- adv. In a repulsive manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a repulsive manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an offensive and hateful manner
We live in a time where remakes are repulsively being churned out as cutting edge.
Lucas still insists that people love Jar Jar Binks, one of the most repulsively idiotic characters in the history of cinema.
Of course, if you have read it, this makes the repulsively brutish tone and conclusions of Browne's education report all the more baffling.
I bet all you con dads want your sons to grow up just as repulsively obese and just as disrespectful of women as Rush.
He interviews one charismatic fellow named Greg Valentino who has repulsively overgrown biceps, who admits that he has small man's complex and that women find his guns repulsive:
As it fell, as it was hitting the ground, the smoke and crap flew upward, I guess along the sides still standing, and the smoke arced away from the building in a series of neat, repulsively identical plumes.
I have very publicly stated, to both friends and strangers, my curiously strong dislike of majority of the principle cast, and my objection to the general tone and to the repulsively materialistic center of the popular TV series and its storyline.
Sensational, gripping, and repulsively misogynistic, Pimp both enshrined and decried the life of a ghetto gangsta.
But even though it was not nearly so repulsively alien as those monsters that still lurked within his imagination, there was still a terrible strangeness about this creature, which resembled no Gorn he had ever encountered.
William A. Parks Jr., of Covington, Va., called “living an excessively long life” “a rather repulsively morbid and judgmental concept” but went on to suggest extravive and hypervive as coinages that could convey it.
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