An intense dislike or loathing someone feels for something bad or nasty. (noun)
Examples of word disgust
Sticking around for such conversations, when every part of you wants to walk away in disgust, is perhaps one of the most challenging aspects of genuine peace work – and it deserves respect.
"I was surprised," said Stillman, who yelled in disgust from the penalty box.
We turned in disgust from the revolting scene, but were unable to leave the spot until the captain had satisfied a noisy group of his own people, who were demanding a supply of stores.
But more interesting than the disgust is the system of belief working behind it: the principles of physiognomy.
It's fairly obvious that Qiao hadn't been able to hide what he called his disgust with his government, and when his brother surfaced as a resurgent last week they added things together and ordered a wet affair, before Qiao could try defecting.
You should not allow yourself to feel what you call disgust at any of God's creatures.
TIRUPATI: A large number of people led by the TDP functionaries have on Wednesday staged a dharna in front of the Office of the Revenue Divisional Officer (RDO) here to express what they called their disgust over the 'complete failure' of the State Government in meeting even the basic needs of the poor and middle-class.
This is one of those books where the reader just has to decide whether to go along for the ride, or whether to close the covers in disgust and move on to something more believable.