Prepositions after Adjectives – see what prepositions are generally used after it in English.
– Both are equally repugnant to me.
– Such views were repugnant to Muslims.
– The idea is hugely repugnant to voters.
– It is only excessive indulgence which is regarded by Islam as repugnant to morality.
– Before independence, the laws of the colonies could not be repugnant to English law.
– Such a foolish step — contrary to my ideals, repugnant to every feeling of my nature.
– A law absolutely repugnant to another as entirely p426 repeals that other as if express terms of repeal were used.
– For example, female circumcision is immoral and repugnant to me but it is viewed as moral to whole bunch of people.
– The commission of such act is deemed as unacceptable or repugnant to the values and norms of such State or society.
– Why? Because I find the latter practices either morally outrageous or at least repugnant to my own values and ethics.
– I find this repugnant in all forms.
– What I find repugnant in commentators is their insincerity.
– I find the political and moral aspects of Nazism repugnant in every sense.
– Nevertheless the reality of God-given leadership is extremely repugnant in human experience.
– Definitions: – In these rules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context.
– My state is repugnant in so many ways if not the natural beauty of it I would have left long ago.
– Being utterly repugnant in every interview she’s ever done is just a part of her act, and there are other parts too.
– His end was barbaric and uncivilised; all the same, repugnant in every way though his death was, it was better than any of the other options.
– Aspects that we consider normal today could very well be repugnant in the future – eating animals, for one thing, or abundant choice, or invasive surgery.
– While I’d an atheist myself, I find his views on Islam to be repugnant in the extreme, going far beyond simply disbelieving and verging on a call for eradication.
– I find it repugnant for any child to be used as a billboard.
– I have always found it repugnant for me, or anyone, to be defined by gender.
– They are not only repugnant for what they do, but they brag about it via their published work.
– It’s not at all repugnant for me to go &; pay attention to where the monks on the bank of the River Vaggamud? are staying.
– If tax avoidance is made morally repugnant for the high-flying rich, so too will it be for the plumber, builder or painter who would rather not pay tax on everything he or she earns.
– This is, indeed, what Ditchkins finds so repugnant about it.
– What I found most repugnant about religion and tradition was and is the preoccupation with female chastity and the double standard sexual code.
– I understand it might be part of Norway’s healing process to view it publically but theres something so repugnant about the way he is clearly delighting in the limelight.
– As Americans, we find communism profoundly repugnant as a negation of personal freedom and dignity.
– In Oyungas ‘ famous articles on man talk these things came up, repugnant by the same big bottomed women baying for his blood.
– While their choice might be deemed repugnant by some, I donTt see how this is morally worse than basing a business on knowingly and repeatedly breaking the law.
– To an elitist jerk like Ted Kennedy, Clinton was always white trash, mad e more repugnant by the fact that both Clintons are three or four times smarter that poor struggling Teddy ever could be.
– This INMYHO is a pattern of behaviour I find repugnant of some of these people.
– As repugnant of a human being he can be, Draper would be able to tell you a lot about advertising.
– We can not allow domestic human rights abuses to be swept under the rug because they were committed upon even our most repugnant of fellows.