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repulsive
used in Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

3 uses
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Definition
very unpleasant or causing disgust
  • 'And what a repulsive boy,' said Grandma Georgina.
    Chapter 6 -- The First Two Finders (23% in)
repulsive = disgusting
  • The voices, one hundred of them singing together, came loud and clear into the room: 'Dear friends, we surely all agree There's almost nothing worse to see Than some repulsive little bum Who's always chewing chewing-gum.
    Chapter 21 -- Good-bye Violet (78% in)
  • Repulsive television screen!
    Chapter 27 -- Mike Teavee is Sent by Television (98% in)

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