disgusted with

disgusted with (someone or something)

Very unhappy or disappointed with someone or something. I am totally disgusted with you for stealing money out of my purse. Why would you do something so sneaky?
See also: disgusted

*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.
See also: disgusted
References in classic literature ?
Therefore, do not let our princes accuse fortune for the loss of their principalities after so many years' possession, but rather their own sloth, because in quiet times they never thought there could be a change (it is a common defect in man not to make any provision in the calm against the tempest), and when afterwards the bad times came they thought of flight and not of defending themselves, and they hoped that the people, disgusted with the insolence of the conquerors, would recall them.
I don't know what message you wanted to give - you felt pity for the Filipino or were disgusted with the scene.
She is a Goth and a vegan who idolizes Purge and is disgusted with Leo's interest in money and Republicans.
I am disgusted with the state of the precinct after lunchtimes.
Archibald rapped: "I'm disappointed with Gareth and disgusted with Alloa over the whole affair.
It impels us to steer clear of deviance, both to avoid the acute discomfort of being disgusted with ourselves, and to avoid the unpleasant consequences of being the object of the disgust of others.
It follows that an expressively effective punishment must make clear that we are in fact disgusted with what the offender has done.
Although a freethinker, she joined the Women's Christian Temperance Union but gradually grew disgusted with the group because its membership used valuable work time for worthless prayer.