Let us, rather, hurry away from this revolting
That was not her real name, but by that she was distinguished at Gravier's to emphasise the picture's beauty notwithstanding the somewhat revolting
peculiarity of the sitter's appearance.
It could have been as revolting
to him as is cannibalism to us.
The wounded soldier was so dirty, coarse, and revolting
that his proximity to the Emperor shocked Rostov.
Mary pressed her lips, and smiled ironically; she had Katharine at her mercy; she could, if she liked, discharge upon her head wagon-loads of revolting
proof of the state of things ignored by the casual, the amateur, the looker-on, the cynical observer of life at a distance.
Their religious rites are revolting
in the extreme, and I believe that it may be the practice of these rites through ages that has brought the race to its present condition of imbecility.
That he could, with relish, eat raw meat that had been buried by himself weeks before, and enjoy small rodents and disgusting grubs, seems to us who have been always "civilized" a revolting
fact; but had we learned in childhood to eat these things, and had we seen all those about us eat them, they would seem no more sickening to us now than do many of our greatest dainties, at which a savage African cannibal would look with repugnance and turn up his nose.
A crime so terrible, and so revolting
to his soul, dilated with the love of Meg, that he let the journal drop, and fell back in his chair, appalled!
The bare prospect of seeing Francine again was revolting