What is another word for revoltingly?

Pronunciation: [ɹɪvˈə͡ʊltɪŋlɪ] (IPA)

Revoltingly is an adverb that is commonly used to describe things or situations that are disgusting, offensive or repulsive. However, there are several synonyms that can be used in place of revoltingly. Disgustingly, nauseatingly, repulsively, sickeningly, abhorrently, loathsome, and abominably are some of the words that can be used to describe something that is revolting. Using these synonyms can help add variety and color to your language. So, the next time you need to describe something that is unpleasant or offensive, remember to explore other words that are not only descriptive but also engaging to your readers.

Usage examples for Revoltingly

It was the whine of the Hindu beggar, halting, supplicatory, almost revoltingly servile.
"The Lamp in the Desert"
Ethel M. Dell
A breath of coolness still lingered in the dark place, and the fruity odor of spilled wine mingled revoltingly with the heaviness of death.
"She Buildeth Her House"
Will Comfort
And they've made the poor man so revoltingly sanctimonious that one really can't feel sorry for him.
"The Keeper of the Door"
Ethel M. Dell

Famous quotes with Revoltingly

  • Here at present I felt afresh—for I had felt it again and again—how my equilibrium depended on the success of my rigid will, the will to shut my eyes as tight as possible to the truth that what I had to deal with was, revoltingly, against nature. I could only get on at all by taking "nature" into my confidence and my account, by treating my monstrous ordeal as a push in a direction unusual, of course, and unpleasant, but demanding, after all, for a fair front, only another turn of the screw of ordinary human virtue. No attempt, nonetheless, could well require more tact than just this attempt to supply, one's self, the nature.
    Henry James

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