causing disgust; nauseous; offensive.
- dis·gust·ful·ly, adverb
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How to use disgustful in a sentence
He went out but little, and then, she opined with a disgustful sniff, for purposes strictly alcoholic.Average Jones | Samuel Hopkins Adams
No favouritism can sustain a ministry which has become disgustful to the nation.
But nothing could be more disgustful than the 80,000l. which the Company had divided amongst themselves.
When once this higher flavor of stimulus has been tasted, all that is less becomes vapid and disgustful.Gamblers and Gambling | Henry Ward Beecher
"I'm through with that bunch down there," he said in the tone of deep, disgustful renunciation.The Duke Of Chimney Butte | G. W. Ogden