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- Correct spelling:
- ugliness (noun)
- shapelessness, hideousness, inelegance, ugliness, disagreeableness, unsightliness, plainness, grotesqueness, repulsiveness, odiousness, homeliness, displeasingness, abhorrence.
- ugly (adjective)
- ugly, hideous, abhorrent, grotesque, disagreeable, inelegant, undesirable, repulsive, displeasing, unappealing, unaesthetic, unattractive, plain, unpleasing, unlovely, unpleasant, disfigured, odious, unsightly, ill-looking, homely, shapeless, repellent.
- evil (adjective)
- foul, reprehensible, heinous, damnable, loathsome, monstrous, evil, nefarious, disgraceful, baneful, repulsive, terrible, revolting, repellent, wicked, calamitous, bad, destructive, offensive, sinful, detrimental, sinister, hideous, atrocious, abominable.
- Other synonyms:
- detestable, obscene, offensive, repulsive, abhorrent.
- Common misspellings:
- repugnent (32%)
- repugant (23%)
- repugnet (18%)
- repungant (9%)
- repungnat (9%)
- repungent (9%)
- Examples of usage:
Moreover, that notion of total immersion was extremely repugnant to her. - - "The Devil's Garden", W. B. Maxwell.
The thought of lying to father was repugnant beyond expression, and yet what account could he give of himself, of his profession and earlier career? - - "The Devil's Garden", W. B. Maxwell. Emily's - "The Crevice", William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander.
But they are raised from much greater depths of feeling and inward experience by Lucretius, to whom the life of political warfare and personal ambition was utterly repugnant, and who had dedicated himself, with all the intensity of his passionate and poetical temperament, to the discovery and the teaching of the true meaning of life. - - "The Devil's Garden", W. B. Maxwell. Emily's - "The Crevice", William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander. - "The Roman Poets of the Republic", W. Y. Sellar.
- Moreover, that notion of total immersion was extremely repugnant to her.
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