repugnance


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Synonyms for repugnance

Synonyms for repugnance

Synonyms for repugnance

intense aversion

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the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time

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I had been used to the pleasures of variety, to the luxury and stir of life in Paris; it was only when I had overcome my first repugnance that I saw the advantages of this existence; how it lent itself to continuity of thought and to involuntary meditation; how a life in which the heart has undisturbed sway seems to widen and grow vast as the sea.
It is unfortunate that repugnance is observed against businessmen and men of standing.
There is irony, too, in European Catholicism's repugnance toward cannibalism, since one of the church's sacred acts was a form of sacramental cannibalism in which believers ingested the symbolic body and blood of a messiah, thereby incorporating his qualities into their lives.
Repugnance considerations have important consequences on the types of markets and transactions that we observe and, as such, they impose a challenge for policy and market design.
If we can hit 500 donations in the next 48 hours, I will eat this f**king god-awful pineapple pizza on Facebook Live,' he had posted on social media, attaching a meme of himself gazing at a pineapple pizza with repugnance.
Agents had "corrupted his mind" and turned him into "a terrorist full of repugnance and revenge against the supreme leadership".
Nothing is dreamy here; we hover between repugnance and curiosity.
Such cowardly acts which aim at innocent people, provoke the repugnance of the international community.
The sheriff said: "The repugnance society must feel for these offences is such that there is no alternative to a custodial sentence.
A sentence had to be fair to the convicted, but it also had to reflect a repugnance at the violent negligence that caused Steenkamp's death.
The ministry added that the report was set up by the US and its satellite forces out of inveterate repugnance towards the DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), the Sky News reported.
The North's foreign ministry said it categorically rejects the report by the UN Commission of Inquiry, which it said was "set up the US and its satellite forces out of inveterate repugnance towards the DPRK", Voice of Russia reported.
Kudos to another here - Chief Pete Kerns, who made his repugnance and anger over this matter crystal clear.
I feel disgust and repugnance at the actions of extremist youth who harmed, without shame, a Jewish soldier this evening," said MK Aryeh Deri (Shas).
The president, Baker wrote, harbored "a certain artistic repugnance to exposing half-done work to the light of day," and believed that "settling the world by secret conferences is the only way.