disgusted at

*disgusted at

someone or something; severely disappointed at someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~; grow ~.) We were disgusted at her incessant lying. Sam was disgusted at her.
See also: disgusted
References in classic literature ?
His son and his son's wife were disgusted at this, so the old grandfather at last had to sit in the corner behind the stove, and they gave him his food in an earthenware bowl, and not even enough of it.
Barry was so much disgusted at being twice deceived by his grooms that he determined to give up keeping a horse, and to hire when he wanted one.
I am a long time reader of your magazine and I am outraged and disgusted at your choice in this article and its contents.
I was shocked and disgusted at what I was seeing when they showed a video of the woman with her two children sucking on each nipple.
I was absolutely disgusted at the wanton vandalism of the site and the way that huge amounts of junk have simply been dumped
One might be disgusted at dishonest political advertisement, for instance.
I AM angry and disgusted at Newcastle City Council.
It was not my idea to take photographs and I was disgusted at what was going on,' she said.