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  • Here is a stagnation that is repugnant.
  • It is repugnant to me and it is not how one should act for the cause.
  • One dying in such a place can be very ugly, dirty and repugnant.
  • All of that is of the utmost repugnance.
  • "Since it is impractical to hold Pablo as a prisoner," Fernando commenced, "and since it is repugnant to offer him—"
  • When the square had been closed off and the lines formed, I had admired and understood it as a conception of Pablo, although it seemed to me to be somewhat fantastic and that it would be necessary for all that was to be done to be done in good taste if it were not to be repugnant.

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  • Her behavior is shocking and repugnant.
  • She does not further her cause with such irresponsible, insulting, and repugnant language.

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