- "That certainly took the wind out of my sails!" said Tom disgustedly.
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disgustedly — adv. with repulsion and loathing … English contemporary dictionary
gust n — disgustedly adv … English expressions
disgust — disgustedly, adv. disgustedness, n. /dis gust , di skust /, v.t. 1. to cause loathing or nausea in. 2. to offend the good taste, moral sense, etc., of; cause extreme dislike or revulsion in: Your vulgar remarks disgust me. n. 3. a strong… … Universalium
disgusted — [[t]dɪsgʌ̱stɪd[/t]] ADJ GRADED: oft ADJ with/by/at n, ADJ that If you are disgusted, you feel a strong sense of dislike and disapproval at something. I m disgusted with the way that he was treated... He was disgusted that a British minister could … English dictionary
disgust — [dis gust′] n. [MFr desgoust, distaste < des (see DIS ) + L gustus, a taste, relish: see GUSTO] a sickening distaste or dislike; deep aversion; repugnance vt. [MFr desgouster < des (see DIS ) + L gustare, to taste] to cause to feel disgust; … English World dictionary
quasi-disgusted — adj.; quasi disgustedly, adv. * * * … Universalium
disgust — n. & v. n. (usu. foll. by at, for) 1 strong aversion; repugnance. 2 indignation. v.tr. cause disgust in (their behaviour disgusts me; was disgusted to find a slug). Phrases and idioms: in disgust as a result of disgust (left in disgust).… … Useful english dictionary
quasi-disgusted — adj.; quasi disgustedly, adv … Useful english dictionary