Definition of disgusting in English:

disgusting

Syllabification: dis·gust·ing
Pronunciation: /disˈɡəstiNG
 
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adjective

Arousing revulsion or strong indignation: he had the most disgusting rotten teeth I think the decision is disgusting
More example sentences
  • Lee said showing the 1962 war epic was a disgusting and offensive way to mark the emotional trip.
  • We wish to object to the disgusting sight we have to put up with whenever we look out of our window.
  • Alexia looked at me like I had just said the most vile and disgusting thing about her.
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Derivatives

disgustingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • Part of me feels disgustingly horrible, and there's no way to get around it.
  • It's so muggy and sticky and every time I breath in, the air feels disgustingly warm and damp.
  • Sometimes the pool areas and the cubicles were in a disgustingly dirty state.

disgustingness

noun
More example sentences
  • And they've been trying to shake off their reputation for sneakiness, deviousness, and just plain disgustingness, hoping for a new image in the 21st century.
  • To be honest, I don't think I could fully explain the sheer disgustingness of what this book describes.
  • Kant observed that there is, with the one exception of disgustingness, nothing so ugly that it cannot be represented as beautiful, war being one of his examples.

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