Repugnant means unpleasant or offensive. When the mayor said that the food at the banquet was repugnant, he meant that it was unappetizing.

  • The food at the banquet was repugnant, and everyone who ate it felt sick afterwards.

  • The movie was repugnant, and I couldn't stand it.

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Example Sentences for repugnant

  • 1

    The battle is considered repugnant.

  • 2

    The attitude to Afghanistan was especially repugnant.

  • 3

    The thought is repugnant to all buddhists.

  • 4

    By the way, your accusation of harassment is repugnant.

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    It seems to be a blatant case of wisdom of repugnance.

  • 6

    So where does repugnance come in

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    The excuses I hear in this discussion are repugnant.

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    Both of these alternatives are repugnant to the whole tradition of Judaism.

  • 9

    It's not a matter of censorship, it's about a human sense of repugnance.

  • 10

    In the Land of the Free, that proposition is both preposterous and repugnant.