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Noun: disgust  dis'gúst
  1. Strong feelings of dislike
Verb: disgust  dis'gúst
  1. Fill with distaste
    "This spoilt food disgusts me";
    - gross out, revolt, repel
     
  2. Cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
    "The pornographic pictures disgusted us";
    - revolt, nauseate, sicken, churn up

Sounds like: discreetness, discretenesst, discusse

Derived forms: disgusted, disgusting, disgusts

Type of: dislike, excite, repel, repulse, stimulate, stir

Encyclopedia: Disgust