Verb(1) make revolution(2) fill with distaste(3) cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
Adjective(1) highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
(1) I wonder what the revolting students find objectionable about that.(2) There seems to be a competition going on amongst the senior managers to see who can wear the silliest or most revolting tie.(3) The most revolting thing I find about television is the commercials.(4) Diego Martin has suddenly become the scene of some of the most revolting crimes.(5) There was a revolting smell that lingered in the air.(6) Then you become hugely desirable, in a revolting sort of way.(7) there was a revolting smell that lingered in the air(8) Don't leave me there wondering exactly which revolting character flaw you found the biggest turn off.(9) It is kind of funny in a revolting way.(10) This defense makes his original speech all the more revolting .(11) The first involved much use of dried egg which has a revolting smell, not unlike that of fish food.
(1) revolt :: gwrthryfel
1. disgusting ::
2. foul ::
3. rebel ::
4. disgust ::
5. churn up ::
corddi i fyny
6. repel ::
1. innocuous ::
2. inoffensive ::
yn ddigon didramgwydd
Different Formsrevolting, revoltingly
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To form a family, which is REVOLTING.
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