Examples of revulsion in a Sentence
She was struck with revulsion at the sight of the dead animal.
a growing revulsion to war
Recent Examples of revulsion from the Web
Two things were behind ETA’s defeat: pressure from the Spanish, Basque and French police; and global, and eventually local, revulsion against terrorism.
That's exactly what the fabled Unicorn became, as thousands flocked to Starbucks and shared their thoughts about the bright pink drink on social media -- both praise and revulsion.
Gilman populates her world with people who engender both sympathy and revulsion at the same time.
Research shows that young people were increasingly ambivalent about guns before Parkland, but the NRA’s response seems to be pushing them toward revulsion.
Most people react to violent events such as last month’s school shooting in Parkland, Fla. with shock, outrage, numbness, horror and revulsion.
Bo doesn't know what to believe, but soon enough, his revulsion turns to thoughts of commerce.
Like the French sausage andouillette, another example of Deep Offal, chitlins provoke a fleeting crisis between brain and stomach, a moment when the mind teeters on the edge, deciding whether to react to the incoming data with revulsion or desire.
Despite the international revulsion over chemical weapons attacks, the death toll from such incidents in Syria is only a fraction of the hundreds of thousands of combatants and civilians killed since the war erupted in 2011.
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REVULSION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of revulsion for English Language Learners
: a very strong feeling of dislike or disgust
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