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 stood before her crushed, crestfallen, revoltingly
confused, and I believe I smiled as I did my utmost to wrap myself in the skirts of my ragged wadded dressing-gown--exactly as I had imagined the scene not long before in a fit of depression.
"Indeed, my dear sir," said Monte Cristo, "you are revoltingly
Call it what you want, mate, but it's revoltingly
The words actually come from comedian John Fugelsang and were part of a segment called "Revoltingly
Fake Christian of the Week," which aired on TV on May 29, 2013, PolitiFact said.
A quite brilliant car to drive, but revoltingly
ugly and rather too big to park and feed through city traffic.
One critic praised Garner's 'impressive performance in a film which takes the daring step of giving children mature roles without making them revoltingly
reproduce[s] not Whitman's radical poem, but rather the most banal of Whitman's contemporary conventions--the typeface instantly recognizable as late nineteenth century, for many of us, more reminiscent of the revoltingly
sentimental and moralistic texts associated with the tongue-clucking admonitions of our grandmothers.
Steven Ockleshaw who engaged in a revoltingly
explicit sexual chat with someone he thought was a 14-year-old child avoided a prison sentence.
A recently appointed national government official, who has been posted to Samburu county, is said to be revoltingly
full of himself.
Whether it is through his ungainly humanoids made up of a fusion of industrial clutter, fabric patterns suggestive of scruffy art brut daubing, gaudy screenprints with clashing trippy patterns, or revoltingly
sinuous chrome-plated sculptures, Paolozzi emerges as an artist who rejected the genteel or the pretty.
The critic was fuming about a lucrative book deal between Simon & Schuster and Milo Yiannopoulos, a simpering ninny and Trump enthusiast who, like the candidate he so revoltingly
calls Daddy, finds meaning and a sense of self-worth only in shouting obscenities and reveling in the outrage that ensues.