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repugnant

(Exciting aversion), adjective abhorrent, abominable, detestable, disagreeable, disgustful, disliked, displeasing, distasteful, diversus, forbidding, fulsome, hateful, inedible, insufferable, loathsome, noisome, objectionable, obnoxious, odious, offending, offensive, out of favor, painful, repellent, repelling, repulsive, revolting, unacceptable, unappetizing, unpalatable, unpleasant, unpopular, unsavory

repugnant

(Incompatible), adjective adverse, alien, antagonistic, at odds, at variance, clashing, conflicting, contrary, different, disagreeing, discordant, inaccordant, incongruous, inconsistent, inharmonious, inimical, irreconcilable, jarring, opposed, opposing
Associated concepts: repugnant to the Constitution
See also: adverse, antipathetic, averse, bad, contemptible, contemptuous, contradictory, heinous, hostile, inimical, loathsome, malevolent, negative, objectionable, obnoxious, odious, offensive, repulsive, unacceptable, unfavorable, unsavory

REPUGNANT. That which is contrary to something else; a repugnant condition is one contrary to the contract itself; as, if I grant you a house and lot in fee, upon condition that you shall not aliens, the condition is repugnant and void. Bac. Ab. Conditions, L.

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Can it be said that in 500 years enough Filipinos have already come into contact with Jesus and, touched by Him, have been freed from repugnant disorders?
Filing of multiple references against an accused for the same alleged offence exposes him to double punishment, which is repugnant to the accused person's Fundamental Right under Article 13 of the Constitution,' it read.
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Asked on the Murnaghan programme on Sky News if she would endorse Mr Hilton's view of the policy as repugnant, Ms Morgan said: "Yes, I probably would, actually.
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Repugnant Which is more than I can say about our Prime Minister who seems to think staying married is a moral duty.
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Comment by Telman8 Jonathan Walker: No right to feel slighted by ceremony Nye Bevan said: "I believe it is repugnant for a civilised community for hospitals to have to rely upon private charity".