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1. The killing caused widespread revulsion.
2. I turned away in revulsion when they showed a close-up of the operation.
3. He expressed his revulsion at/against/towards the whale hunting.
4. Most people viewed the bombings with revulsion.
5. The children shrank back from him in revulsion.
6. She looked at him with revulsion.
7. She felt revulsion at his appearance.
8. She seems to feel revulsion towards her own children.
9. She stared at the snake in revulsion.
10. He tried to conceal his instinctive revulsion at the idea.
11. The punishment should adequately reflect the revulsion felt by most people for this appalling crime.
12. She felt a deep sense of revulsion at the violence.
13. He was filled with hatred and revulsion for everything about her.
14. I started to feel a revulsion against their decadent lifestyle.
15. Both evoke pity(sentencedict.com), but Caroline occasionally also provokes revulsion.
16. Revulsion as the most basic of the instincts.
17. He felt a rush of revulsion and indignation.
18. A feeling of revulsion for Edusha rose in me.
19. Foley expressed revulsion at the killings.
20. She told Delaney, who shook his head with revulsion.
21. I am immobilized by anger, jealousy, and revulsion.
22. Choking with revulsion, Isabel tried to fight him, but her own fear made her helpless.
23. Revulsion at what has been happening there is not a prerogative of the politically correct.
24. News of the atrocities produced a wave of anger and revulsion.
25. Once in a while, she seemed to sneer and made a grimace of revulsion.
26. There was dark matter oozing slowly from the centre of the bone which, Crossley concluded with revulsion, was marrow.
27. Above all, each coalition owed as much to a revulsion from old attachments as to the attractions of new ones.
28. His tenderness was replaced at first by a shuddering revulsion.
29. Shadwell embraced them, and they kissed him,[http://sentencedict.com] apparently without revulsion.
30. The local culture they fitfully encountered was a source of bewilderment, even revulsion.
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