Definition of revolting
: extremely offensive revolting behavior a revolting odor
Examples of revolting in a Sentence
The bloody scenes in the movie were positively revolting.
the revolting sight of animals being slaughtered for no good reason
Recent Examples of revolting from the Web
Kobach's operation of the commission has followed the operation model of the Trump White House -- Amateur Hour The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, has no integrity and is truly revolting.
Uber employees are revolting following the unceremonious resignation of CEO Travis Kalanick.
Early reports were sketchy at best; the media filler was as fundamentally revolting as has become customary when crimes like this hit affluent white suburbs.
According to this approach, the responsible media figure does not interview Jones because this indicates a certain basic validation, conferring by gesture a kind of legitimacy on someone best cast outside of respectable society as a revolting clown.
But nevertheless our spirit will endure, beyond political seasons, and despite whatever revolting attacks may yet be to come.
This revolting state of affairs is in part the consequence of a rolling economic crisis and recession.
These virtues, however, appear physically and psychologically revolting to Trump.
Sure enough, Spencer’s intestines were soon spilling out in the street, giving us one last revolting vision to remember during the holiday break.
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Definition of revolting for English Language Learners
: extremely unpleasant or offensive
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