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disgust noun

ADJ. great | utter | obvious Mr Haynes shook his head in obvious disgust and walked off. | public

VERB + DISGUST feel | express, show | hide trying to hide the disgust that she felt | fill sb with Decent people were filled with disgust for whoever committed the crimes. | turn/walk away in He threw her one look, then turned away in disgust. | shake your head in, wrinkle (up) your nose in

PREP. in ~ Marion threw down the book in disgust. | with ~ They both looked with disgust at the men. | ~ at I couldn't find the words to express my disgust at his actions. | ~ over expressions of public disgust over the affair | ~ with People are showing their disgust with the existing regime.

PHRASES an exclamation/a snort of disgust He gave a snort of disgust. | an expression/a gesture/a grimace/a look of disgust, a feeling/sense of disgust, much to your disgust Much to his disgust, he found himself sharing a carriage with a noisy young family.