revolted


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His looks were not quite friendly, and I was so revolted at these constant changes that I could not forbear whispering, "So you've changed sides again.
His own nature had revolted against the excess of anguish that had sought to maim and mar the perfection of its calm.
Conceive his new position, for I lack words to picture it; conceive him condemned to return to that house, from the very thought of which his soul revolted, and once more to expose himself to capture on the very scene of the misdeed: conceive him linked to the mouldy cab and the familiar cabman.
I shuddered as I bent over to touch him,and every sense in me revolted at the contact, but I had to search, or I was lost.
Restored by order of the Caliph Omar, it was definitely destroyed in 761 or 762 by Caliph Al-Mansor, who wished to prevent the arrival of provisions to Mohammed-ben-Abdallah, who had revolted against him.
The young woman's heart revolted against so heinous a charge, and when she saw that she could attempt to do nothing to save her protector, she wept bitterly.