Antonyms for disgusting:
Synonyms for disgusting:
bruising, astounding, insufferable, rotten, deplorable, horrific, frightful, gruesome, hellish, down and dirty, lurid, uncalled-for, bracing, sick, scabrous, Despisable, hideous, in-your-face, verminous, breathtaking, god-awful, scabby, disgraceful, murderous, traumatic.
Other synonyms and related words:
ghastly, queasy, creepy, repugnant, skanky, foul-smelling, arch, abhorrent, fulsome, detestable, ugly, disgustful, contemptible, appalling, horrible, disgraceful, scabby, gross, revolting, dreadful, despicable, taboo, infamous, noisome, horrid, nauseous, unholy, horrendous, evil, unwholesome, lurid, insufferable, noxious, verminous, in-your-face, lousy, horrifying, nefarious, pixilated, severe, implike, terrible, prankish, traumatic, poor, antipathetic, marked-up, puckish, rebarbative, beastly, galvanic, scabrous, rotten, sinful, grisly, resistant, scandalous, funky, smelly, foetid, stupefying, sick, bruising, unsavoury, frightful, rancid, horrific, wicked, Despisable, loathsome, shameful, vile, loathly, gruesome, cursed, hellish, hideous, outrageous, sickening, abominable, atrocious, yucky, low, awful, impish, deplorable, rank, repellent, repellant, wretched, stinking, mischievous.
sickening; repulsive (adjective)
beastly, creepy, outrageous, ghastly, revolting, horrid, repugnant, offensive, yucky, lousy, abominable, vile, foul, frightful, nasty, nauseating, loathsome, stinking, odious, awful, scandalous, repellent, noisome, hideous, icky, obnoxious, horrific, distasteful, gross, gruesome, shocking, rotten, detestable.
grubby, festering, septic, offensive, putrid, filthy, murky, muddy, shabby, insalubrious, impure, unsanitary, fetid, defiled, icky, scatological, odious, foul, unhygenic, unclean, crummy, slovenly, smutty, squalid, untidy, scruffy, infectious, obscene, grungy, sordid, mucky, dingy, dusty, toxic, grimy, sloppy, dirty.
Sense 1 (noun)
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Usage examples for disgusting:
- Rather a disgusting thought. - "His Family", Ernest Poole.
- Harry was destitute of the artificial graces of society, but he possessed that natural politeness and good nature, without which all artificial graces are the most disgusting things in the world. - "The History of Sandford and Merton", Thomas Day.
- But, when she came to the disgusting ill- treatment she received at the hands of the concierge's wife, Daniel cried out,- " Stop!" - "The Clique of Gold", Emile Gaboriau.