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revolting

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adjective re·volt·ing \ri-ˈvōl-tiŋ also -ˈvȯl-\

Simple Definition of revolting

  • : extremely unpleasant or offensive

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of revolting

  1. :  extremely offensive <revolting behavior> <a revolting odor>

revoltingly

adverb

Examples of revolting in a sentence

  1. The bloody scenes in the movie were positively revolting.

  2. <the revolting sight of animals being slaughtered for no good reason>



1806

First Known Use of revolting

1806



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