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disgustful

Line breaks: dis¦gust|ful
Pronunciation: /dɪsˈɡʌstfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

Definition of disgustful in English:

adjective

Old-fashioned term for disgusting.
Example sentences
  • For if these things when happening in the body are disgustful, much more when in the soul.
  • But she did see that her parents treated her differently from her brothers, and she did notice the disgustful looks of those who had been in charge of her care.
  • We frequently meet with many that are not only vicious, but disgustful, and have nothing of that by which Cicero is desirous they should be distinguished.

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