disgusted

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*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.
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*disgusted with

(someone or something); severely disappointed over someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~; grow ~.) I am totally disgusted with Ellen. We are all disgusted with the fall in the company's profits.
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air," Moussaoui noted disgustedly in April 2002 in moving for the
And 25-year-old Pagan David stuck the knife into both of them, stating disgustedly "F*** teddies".
Ana disgustedly says to Pancha, "It just amazes me to hear you talk the way you do.
All they are interested in is a fast dollar," he said, disgustedly.
These doctors turned everyone into family members--one big, sick, unhappy family," he said disgustedly.
In turn, the Triads take the fruit bag, introduce a family terminology despite its obvious "presumption" and "incongruity," involve the question of Chen's sick father in the one-sided conversation, refer to themselves as a "friendship association," echo the family values of respect and loyalty, and finally, disgustedly refuse to go into the details of "repayment interests .
By mid-January, now firmly back in England, Helen had been confessed by her English priest, who the brothers disgustedly learned was backing her up in her present course.
Before you disgustedly deposit all this junk mail in the trash, stop.
When Rupert catches them, he hits Orphea and disgustedly sends Lissa home in the snow.
In Wisconsin, Linville says disgustedly, left-wing Democrats urged activists to drop pressure for gay marriage legislation because it wasn't good for the party.
He came out and spent several hours in our outdated warehouse and disgustedly said, "Fix it.
Even when she was extremely thirsty, she disgustedly pushed away the glass of water at the very last moment.
Its boards groaned, and any light was immediately swallowed by the ivy; disgustedly I pushed the vines aside, then Stein's ice-cold hand pulled me into the hail.
His scalpel-sharp pen has gleefully or disgustedly dissected the pomposities of American presidents and public figures for five decades.
Back in Dubai on a gusty Thursday evening, as thousands of locals and ex-pats stream into Nad Al Sheba, one of our company-a bookies' delight back in Ireland-browses through the racecard before hurling it down disgustedly.