revulsion in A Sentence

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    This brutal event provoked a wave of Revulsion and outrage throughout Europe.

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    I, too, have felt Revulsion towards people whose views are antithetical to my own values.

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    To gleefully amplify them, sometimes in highly distorting ways, in a manner designed to stoke maximum upset and Revulsion;

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    Small, slimy-looking, fast moving, and always popping out of some dark place when I least expect it- no insect short of a silverfish fills me with more Revulsion.

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    As the radicals and Jacobins became more powerful, there was a Revulsion against high-fashion because of its extravagance and its association with royalty and aristocracy.

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    These cases often elicit pity in the pursued, whereas narcissistic pursuers generate quite a different emotion- anxiety, sometimes fear, and sometimes Revulsion.

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    Having deemed earmarking to be corruption, its monomaniacal foes would like to conclude that the electorate's Revulsion against actual corruption that violated the law has something to do with objections to pork-barrel spending.

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    The first time we hear something new, a foreign sound or word- even an unknown word in our own languages- something in it may provoke delight or Revulsion.

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    It's thought his father was killed by a group of his own serfs due to his terrible mistreatment of them, which haunted Fyodor and caused his Revulsion toward the institution.

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    The uncanny valley effect is a theory that purports that when something has human features, that looks and moves in an almost, but not quite like natural human beings, it can cause a response such as fear or Revulsion.”.

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    Uncanny valley- hypothesized point at which humanoid robot behavior and appearance is so close to that of actual humans yet not precise or fully featured enough as to cause a sense of Revulsion.

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    You blame others, but why do you not instead feel Revulsion toward yourselves?

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    Arbus exhibited pictures of people who were pariahs from society, because they did not conform to the 70s' definition of‘beauty' or‘normal', or were isolated for features that caused Revulsion and shock.

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