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What this column is proposing, therefore, is a punitive expedition: an invasion by a mighty team of British horses that will wipe the contented smirks from those repulsively healthy faces and break their morale once and for all.
All are conservative publications and often repulsively heterosexist.
With the loss of tactility and the measures and details crafted for the human body and hand, architecture becomes repulsively flat, sharp-edged, immaterial and unreal.
When the travellers coax Else into showing her drawings, they realise that her art is 'extraordinary' and repulsively vulgar', the 'creations of a lunatic with a lunatic's cleverness', thus showing their disgust but also a reluctant appreciation (Fiction 1, 274).
On the paper, the figures may be looking exhilaratingly pleasant; but, on the ground, the prevalent realities are repulsively ugly.
We will stop at nothing short of gaining the demands which reflect the detriment these persons have repulsively and criminally burdened on ordinary people over a number of generations.
When greasy is used about a place or a person, it infers repulsively slick or oily.
He may act professionally on the pitch, but he acted repulsively to a so-called friend and hurt wife Toni.
A twentieth-century place that has also become an icon for the city and a contested location of Roman identity is the monument to Victor Emmanuel II, or Vittoriano, repulsively ugly and guilty of negatively influencing later Roman architecture (Maggi), and the locus of historical amnesia despite its geographical, patriotic remapping of the city center (Lerner).
The nudes discussed take themselves (and their audience) repulsively seriously.
And the excuse that will doubtless be spewed out if that disgraceful behaviour is challenged - that these events were a legitimate subject of public interest - is utterly spurious, repulsively hypocritical.
He was grandiose, abject, cowardly, envy-ridden, emotionally shallow, and, quite often, repulsively obese--in short, a can of nightcrawlers, with a brace of diamonds (or, depending on your opinion of his oeuvre, zircons) hidden at the bottom.