- v fill with distaste
- v cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
- s having a strong distaste from surfeit
grew more and more disgusted
- Everybody's shocked and disgusted with it.
- Last week, as the disgraced cops paraded before his disgusted gaze, at the State Capitol, Colorado's Democratic Governor Stephen McNichols, a onetime FBI man, explained that the .
- Yale's Coach Jordan Olivar, who earlier criticized the rule ("I'm disgusted.
- Louis Le Prince in The Associated Press
I'm sickened, disgusted,said Alain Le Prince, in a crowd of thousands who watched the match in Paris. "Everyone is laughing at us."
- Eliot Engel in The Associated Press
You're really insulting our intelligence,Rep. Eliot Engel, a Democrat from New York, said at Thursday's hearing. "I am thoroughly disgusted."
- Chris Simon in Reuters Canada
After watching the tape the morning after Thursday's game, I was disgusted,said Simon in his statement. "There is absolutely no place in hockey for what I did. I want to apologize to Ryan Hollweg. I was grateful to learn that Ryan is okay...