sicken, nauseate, turn one's stomachverb
upset and make nauseated
disgust, churn up, revolt, nauseate, sicken, turn one's stomach, come down
disgust, revolt, nauseate, sicken, churn upverb
cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
churn up, nauseate, come down, turn one's stomach, repel, sicken, disgust, revolt, gross out
repulse, sick, repel, offend, disgust, make, sicken, revolt
nauseateverbTo cause nausea.
revolt, disgust, repulse, sicken, repel, sick, make, offend
offend, disgust, repulse, sicken, make, sick, repel, revolt
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Abhor is stronger than despise, implying a shuddering recoil, especially a moral recoil. "How many shun evil as inconvenient who do not abhor it as hateful."
TrenchSerm. in Westm. Abbey xxvi, 297. [ Murray's"New English Dictionary"] Detest expresses indignation, with something of contempt. Loathe implies disgust, physical or moral. We abhor a traitor, despise a coward, detest a liar. We dislike an uncivil person. We abhor cruelty, hate tyranny. We loathe a reptile or a flatterer. We abhor Milton's heroic Satan, but we can not despise him.
abhor, abominate, despise, detest, dislike, hate, loathe, scorn, shun
admire, approve, covet, crave, desire, enjoy, esteem, esteem, like, love, relish
Dictionary of English Synonymes
feel nausea, feel disgust, grow qualmish
sicken, disgust, revolt, make sick, turn one's stomach, make one's gorge rise
loathe, abhor, detest, abominate, feel nausea or disgust at, shrink from, recoil from