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1 He was utterly repulsive to her.
2 She found the idea deeply repulsive.
3 What a repulsive old man!
4 Picking your nose is a repulsive habit.
5 Many people find slugs repulsive.
6 I think rats and snakes are repulsive.
7 You repulsive little toad!
8 He has hairy nostrils and repulsive furniture.
9 His apostasy was repulsive to the Xerox people.
10 Voice, mannerisms, facial expressions, are all wholly repulsive.
11 Baine's tale is both intriguing and repulsive.
12 She found her husband Sidney sexually repulsive.
13 He was a repulsive character.
14 What a repulsive man!
15 His chest and cheek the most repulsive sight[sentencedict.com], a negative constellation of buckshot bruises.
16 Constance found him repulsive and she knew immediately that he was dangerous.
17 Utterly repulsive to the rest of the animal kingdom, but totally irresistible to other skunks.
18 It would have a repulsive gravitational effect, and thus make those regions expand in an inflationary manner.
19 Special Rules Fear Trolls are large and extremely repulsive monsters which cause fear as described in the Psychology rules.
20 The very idea is repulsive to the notions of privacy surrounding the marriage relationship.
21 Reynard questions this repulsive ghoul, with neither hope nor disappointment.
22 Gleeson was so repulsive that surely no-one would be interested in him.
23 He looks so sugary, repulsive,(www.Sentencedict.com) poisonous.
24 He felt heavy, saturated, crammed with more or less repulsive odds and ends he neither wanted nor needed to know.
25 The witch: An evil, mysterious character, with the classic, repulsive look of a witch.
26 The patient's disease was so terrible that his own skin was repulsive to him.
27 Delia was frightened of the operation, because afterwards she knew she would look repulsive.
28 He is unaware of the depths of her feelings and unable to conceive of himself as repulsive.
29 He dismounted from his horse and embraced the leper even though the thought of doing so was so repulsive to him.
30 Secondly, hemiplegic patients often have difficulties eating, chewing and swallowing, and this can seem repulsive to the carer.
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