OTHER WORDS FROM disgustingdis·gust·ing·ly, adjectivedis·gust·ing·ness, noun
How to use disgusting in a sentence
Secondly, the pair have always been laser-focused on a minutiae that, even if less about interpersonal heartbreak than about hating one’s job or a particularly disgusting public restroom, was nothing if not extremely personal.Sleaford Mods gets introspective, but don’t think they’ve gone soft|Zachary Lipez|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
It does seem that when moral violations are called “disgusting,” they often have a bodily component to them.
He called the event a “shameful, disgusting situation,” but said that it was “eminently predictable” based on the actions and words of the president, who had told his supporters not to give up the fight.From historic day to ‘insurrection,’ how the mob takeover of the Capitol unfolded in news coverage|Jeremy Barr, Paul Farhi|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
This is disgusting, as people with special needs use this button with their hands to enter establishments.Miss Manners: The coded language of flowers is mostly forgotten|Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina Martin|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
“Although the flavor’s not there, you don’t have the disgusting flavor experience,” he said.When coffee smells like gasoline: Covid isn’t just stealing senses — it may be warping them|Allyson Chiu|November 5, 2020|Washington Post
Hamas called the attack “heroic” and, disgustingly, tweeted out photos of the bodies.
Besides his bad manners and uncouth ways, the Sewer Rat was disgustingly dirty in his habits.Bumper, The White Rabbit|George Ethelbert Walsh
To him, despite his well-exploited and patronizing devotion to them, the lower animals are disgustingly low.Revolution and Other Essays|Jack London
Here he was thrown into a cell six feet by five, almost dark and disgustingly dirty.
"You are disgustingly clever," she said, as they made their way out, followed by the Georgians and their attendant cosmopolitans.December Love|Robert Hichens
Men courted her still, slyly and disgustingly, but she felt herself insulted by the adventure, degraded by the implications.What Will People Say?|Rupert Hughes