disgustingly disgustingly


  • (adv) in a disgusting manner or to a disgusting degree



  1. The seemingly amour-proof Tsyganov offers to sweep her off to Paris and is crushed by her cruel rebuke that at 49, he is disgustingly old.
  2. I pull my Pirates hat down low over my eyes and glower at the disgustingly cheerful Giants fans, who are all chatting away on their late-model Nokias and sipping celery sodas.
  3. Such a healthy, strong and disgustingly carefree American I have never seen portrayedin relation to taxpaying, that is.


  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 incinerates the competition

    The Snapdragon 800 seems to represent a new level of speed for mobile processors. Here it is getting disgustingly high framerates in the 3DMark benchmark. (Credit: Eric Franklin/CNET) The Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 will destroy your mobile processor. Not literally, of course. I'm strictly referring to its ability to render real-time graphics so fast as to make your current mobile processor -- on ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: CNET


  1. Speaking after meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Putin described Saturday's attack on Anna Politkovskaya as "this disgustingly cruel crime which must not go unpunished, whoever committed it, and whatever motive they were pursuing."
    on Oct 10, 2006 By: Vladimir Putin Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "He's been like that ever since I saw him here," Rays manager Joe Maddon said last month. "Michael Young is just disgustingly consistent. This guy, offensively, he's very similar to Derek Jeter when you break him down offensively: the way...
    on Jul 5, 2010 By: Joe Maddon Source: MLB.com

  3. "He's a great friend and a great support. He's fantastic," said Bullock, dressed in jeans and a black Chanel coat embroidered with pearls. "And he takes a blinkingly good picture. He's disgustingly photogenic."
    on Mar 10, 2005 By: Sandra Bullock Source: USA Today

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