repugnance (Meaning)

Wordnet

repugnance (n)

intense aversion

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

Webster

repugnance (n.)

Alt. of Repugnancy

repugnance Sentence Examples

  1. The repugnance towards cruelty to animals led to widespread protests.
  2. There was a sense of moral repugnance among the community towards the corrupt politician.
  3. The repugnance of the crime committed shocked the entire nation.
  4. She couldn't hide her repugnance towards the dishonesty she witnessed.
  5. The repugnance towards racism is deeply ingrained in our society.
  6. The repugnance in her voice was palpable as she described the injustice she faced.
  7. The repugnance towards violence led to a call for stricter gun control laws.
  8. He expressed his repugnance at the thought of discrimination based on sexual orientation.
  9. The repugnance towards the dictator's oppressive regime fueled the revolution.
  10. Despite her repugnance towards public speaking, she forced herself to address the crowd.

FAQs About the word repugnance

intense aversion, the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same timeAlt. of Repugnancy

horror,disgust, hatred, distaste, revulsion, repulsion, disapproval,nausea, aversion, loathing

predilection, preference, appetite, bent, preference, fancy, liking, appetite, propensity, predilection

The repugnance towards cruelty to animals led to widespread protests.

There was a sense of moral repugnance among the community towards the corrupt politician.

The repugnance of the crime committed shocked the entire nation.

She couldn't hide her repugnance towards the dishonesty she witnessed.