If the actual facts are so repugnant to you, then why embellish them?
This struck many observers (yours truly included) as not only absurd but repugnant.
Is it that repugnant to label him a hero without the wearisome cycle of celebrity demolition?
She knew nothing, she said, of the repugnant tactics of her reporters.
In my fantasy, repugnant mobile carcasses will not inherit the earth.
She would never want to marry; the thought of such a thing was repugnant.
She had come to believe almost his theory of the future, since it was not repugnant to her prejudices.
The whole idea and thing of a priesthood would be repugnant to Buddhism.
To me, however, constituted as I am, the idea was most repugnant.
Somehow or other, the idea of her marrying anyone was repugnant to me.
late 14c., "contrary, contradictory," from Old French repugnant "contradictory, opposing" or directly from Latin repugnantem (nominative repugnans), present participle of repugnare "to resist, fight back, oppose; disagree, be incompatible," from re- "back" (see re-) + pugnare "to fight" (see pugnacious). Meaning "distasteful, objectionable" is from 1777.