(1) Mainly because some of what those who don't like the paintings find repugnant is repugnant to me too.(2) About that kind of purism, there is also something slightly repugnant .(3) The very idea of cinÔö£┬«ma-vÔö£┬«ritÔö£┬« is repugnant to me.(4) It argues over the ethics of non-involvement, and scoffs at those who would rationalize the repugnant for the sake of a settled conscience.(5) The room was covered, the reviewer wrote, ├ö├ç├┐with a pale green paper, cold and repugnant to the last degree.├ö├ç├û(6) I mean it put forth and quietly supported an ideology that I personally find repugnant , but how does that make it ├ö├ç├┐morally irresponsible├ö├ç├û.(7) His face was not repugnant , but rather pleasant.(8) Also repugnant to Moses was the Egyptian ideology that chose to enslave live men in order to build temples and pyramids to honor dead men.(9) Perhaps what would be worse than a barrister liking his or her client would be disliking the client, especially when the accused is charged with morally repugnant crimes.(10) But what's meaningful to one may be repugnant to another.(11) Using terrorism as an excuse to pull information that should be public is detrimental to a democratic society and repugnant to online professionals.(12) What's repugnant to justice is the attitude that some people should be denied it, no matter what is done to them.(13) Initially, Anna is shocked again by Gregor's repugnant appearance.(14) Nothing vile or repugnant happens here, but we do get the feeling that we are witnessing someone's last moments on film as this mangled mess of a movie unravels.(15) The whole idea of anyone acting as judge, jury and executioner is totally repugnant to a civilized society.(16) Although Joan does things that some might consider repugnant , Linney fashions her alter-ego into a sympathetic human being.