They all pronounced with lofty repugnance that it was impossible.
In spite of the young man’s obvious repugnance at giving evidence, Ippolit Kirillovitch examined him at great length, and only from him learnt all the details of what made up Mitya’s "romance," so to say, on that night.
He positively disliked him; at most, felt sometimes a compassion for him, and even that was mixed with great contempt, almost repugnance.
I am surprised to remember that my wrath and revengeful feelings were extremely repugnant to my own nature, for being of an easy temper, I found it difficult to be angry with any one for long, and so I had to work myself up artificially and became at last revolting and absurd.
He did not want to analyze the reason for this feeling, and even felt a positive repugnance at prying into his sensations.
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Her behavior is shocking and repugnant.
She does not further her cause with such irresponsible, insulting, and repugnant language.