Filled with disgust or irritated impatience.(adjective)
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Use "disgusted" in a sentence
"“We could never have killed him, Reed,” Noelle said, her expression disgusted."
"I remain disgusted that society is still arranged in such a fashion that her "virginity" can still be proscribed and defined as a commodity and valued as such, to the point that she's able to profit off that choice."
"I was, however, most disturbed by a town in Maine … Hobbs … The people there, and the things which will not leave my mind … But your phraseology … To be disgusted is to not understand, and it is my role to understand those things which cannot be understood."