A revolting episode of Hoarders serves up a refrigerator filled with dead cats.
But the idea that he thinks this can just stop there is preposterous, not to say revolting, actually.
This amazing sum includes the glamorous penthouse where the revolting MF is still sitting pretty.
To Helms, LGBT Americans were “weak, morally sick wretches,” and AIDS education was “obscene” and “revolting.”
A revelation so revolting it hit every American town, small and large.
After uttering these odious words with revolting cynicism, the wretch looked impudently round the audience.
revolting millions shouted: "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity!"
What went on in the village worried her and seemed to her revolting.
I do not know whether the spectacle was more ridiculous than revolting.
Meanwhile the sale went on, but we will not follow further its revolting details.
1590s, "that revolts, given to revolt, rebellious," present participle adjective from revolt (v.). Sense of "repulsive" is from 1806. Related: Revoltingly.
1550s, from Middle French révolte (c.1500), back formation from revolter (see revolt (v.)), or else from Italian rivolta.