disgust collocations and examples

 UK /dɪsˈɡʌst/

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a strong feeling of not liking something or being angry about something


Adjectives frequently used with disgust
complete: absolute, much, outright, total, utterShe looked at him in utter disgust.great: deep, greatHe insisted on smoking throughout the journey, to the great disgust of his fellow passengers.
Verbs frequently used with disgust
express disgust: express, register, show, voiceThe reason that I am contacting you is to express my utter disgust at your current advertising campaign.feel disgust: demonstrate, feelLike everyone else who witnessed these scenes, I felt total disgust.not show disgust: conceal, hideErasmus did not conceal his disgust at being excommunicated.
Nouns + of frequently used before disgust
expression, feeling, look, senseShe put the glass to her lips, but, having tasted the liquor, she returned it with a look of disgust.
 
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