Disgust and Execration


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Disgust noun – A dislike so strong as to cause stomach upset or queasiness.
Usage example: we turned from the grisly scene with disgust

Execration is a synonym for disgust in revulsion topic. In some cases you can use "Execration" instead a noun "Disgust".
Nearby Words: disgusting, disgusted, disgustingly, disgustful, disgustedly
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Execration noun – A very strong dislike.
Usage example: a cowardly betrayal that earned him the execration of all who had remained loyal to the cause

Disgust is a synonym for execration in revulsion topic. You can use "Disgust" instead a noun "Execration".
Nearby Words: execrable, execrated, execrating
Synonyms for Execration
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