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repugnant
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

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disgusting
  • Still for one loss he rages unresign'd, Repugnant to the lot of all mankind; To lose a friend, a brother, or a son, Heaven dooms each mortal, and its will is done: Awhile they sorrow, then dismiss their care; Fate gives the wound, and man is born to bear.
    Book 24 (8% in)

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