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repulsive
Definition:
That repulses or drives off: repelling: cold, reserved, forbidding.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
repulsive.
awful
dire, horrendous, hideous, horrible, unpleasant, appalling, frightful, awful, ghastly, terrible, dreadful, horrid, alarming.
bad
unpleasant.
despicable
despicable, offensive, low, vile, reprehensible, contemptible, mean, loathsome, repellent, revolting.
detestable
low-down, lowdown, hateable.
disagreeable
nasty, distasteful, bothersome, unhappy, dragger, unpalatable, disagreeable, disgusting, obnoxious, painer, offensive, unpleasant.
evil
destructive, atrocious, disgraceful, maleficent, unpropitious, bad, hideous, no good, repugnant, nefarious, repellent, baneful, monstrous, wicked, heinous, foul, reprehensible, loathsome, sinister, calamitous, abominable, revolting, evil, detrimental, offensive, terrible, damnable, sinful.
fetid
mephitic, stinkiest, yecchy, Stenchy, stenchiest, fusty, stinky.
hateful
despising, malicious, loathsome, Detesting, hateful, uncool, loathing, shuddersome, abhorrent.
noisome
Insalutary.
objectionable
objectionable, dislikable, unwelcome.
offensive
embarrassing, atrocious, offensive.
rancid
putrefactive, putrescent, Olid, Nidorous, carious, evil-smelling, curdled, whiffy, frowzy.
rank
Graveolent, strong-smelling.
repulsive
Rebuffing, Spurning, repelling, Snubbing, Rejecting.
resistant
resistant, repellent, oppositional.
revolting
repellent.
sickening
stomach-turning.
ugly
disfigured, unappealing, homely, disagreeable, Ill-looking, inelegant, displeasing, grotesque, unpleasant, ugly, unsightly, unprepossessing, undesirable, unattractive, abhorrent, not much to look at, plain, unlovely, hideous, odious, Hard-featured, repellent, mis-shapen, unbeautiful, bad-looking, repugnant, unaesthetic, unpleasing, shapeless.
unhealthy
unwholesome.
unspeakable
indefinable, undescribable, beyond words, Incommunicable, inexpressible, unspeakable, unutterable.
very disgusting, offensive
foul, sleazy, animal, forbidding, abhorrent, odious, disagreeable, gross, loathsome, unpleasant, vile, sickening, noisome, ugly, unsightly, horrid, distasteful, objectionable, undesirable, revolting, hideous, repellent, creepy, nasty, pugnacious, abominable, hateful, nauseating, off-putting, obnoxious.
vulgar
colloquial, chintzy, rude, ill-bred, graceless, base, garish, tawdry, crude, common, depraved, idiomatic, low, salty, scandalous, unrefined, profane, indelicate, earthy, coarse-grained, raw, vulgar, shameless, coarse, gaudy, crass, obscene, ignominious, gross, cheap, barbaric, broad, tasteless, revolting, brutish, clumsy, offensive, degraded, barnyard, sleazy, hard core, brazen, animal, outlandish, sordid, ignoble, boorish, tactless, unpolished, cockney, unseemly, undignified, glaring, rough, inelegant, unbecoming, rank, soft-core, homespun, in bad taste, philistine.
yucky
yucky, scuzzy, skanky.
adverb
beastly
inhuman, monstrous.
adverb
beastly
brutish, Ferine, swinish.
noun
disgusting
forbidding.
repulsive
detestable, repugnant, ugly, offensive, hideous, abhorrent, obscene.
verb
sickening
nauseating.
Examples of usage:
  1. Repulsive was doing it. – Legacy by James H Schmitz
  2. And now, as he strode up to me and bowed,- to show some breeding,- I doubt if the moon, in all her rounds of earth and sky and the realms below, fell ever upon another face so cold, repulsive, ruthless. – Slain By The Doones by R. D. Blackmore
  3. Something in the poor creature's words, something vague but repulsive in her remembrance of the man who paid her for the work by which she could barely live, fell like lead into Rachel's heart. – Red Pottage by Mary Cholmondeley
  4. Is it manly to come here at all, when I have told you, again and again, that your presence is the most repulsive torment on earth to me? – Norston's Rest by Ann S. Stephens

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