Pleasant and Repulsive


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Pleasant adjective – Giving pleasure or contentment to the mind or senses.
Usage example: the massage was extremely pleasant and relaxing

Repulsive is an antonym for pleasant in topics: pleasing, acceptable.
Nearby Words: pleasing, pleasure, pleased, pleasurable, pleasantness
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Repulsive adjective – Causing intense displeasure, disgust, or resentment.
Usage example: a repulsive display of shameless flattery that made the embarrassed actor wrinkle his nose in disgust

Pleasant is an antonym for repulsive in topics: disgusting, offensive.
Nearby Words: repulse, repugnant, repulsed, repulsion, repulsing
Antonyms for Repulsive
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friend pleasant friend repulsive friend
character pleasant character repulsive character
man pleasant man repulsive man
people pleasant people repulsive people
Other nouns: nature, appearance, form, way, example, characters, personality, nothing, song.
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