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repulsive -- as in: she found him repulsive
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Wuthering Heights
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  • My neighbour struck me as bordering on repulsive; I knew, through experience, that I was tolerably attractive.
  • And he stared hard at the object of discourse, as one might do at a strange repulsive animal: a centipede from the Indies, for instance, which curiosity leads one to examine in spite of the aversion it raises.
  • It’s well people don’t REALLY rise from their grave, or, last night, she might have witnessed a repulsive scene!

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  • The tribe elders find American culture as shown in Hollywood films to be immoral and repulsive.
  • She described some of his policy positions as repulsive.

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