revoltingly


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re·volt·ing

 (rĭ-vōl′tĭng)
adj.
Causing abhorrence or disgust. See Synonyms at offensive.

re·volt′ing·ly adv.
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Adv.1.revoltingly - in a disgusting manner or to a disgusting degree; "the beggar was disgustingly filthy"
Translations

revoltingly

[rɪˈvəʊltɪŋlɪ] ADV [dirty, fat, greasy] → repugnantemente, asquerosamente; [ugly] → horrorosamente; [sentimental] → empalagosamente
they're revoltingly richson tan ricos que da asco, son asquerosamente ricos

revoltingly

adv dirty, uglyekelhaft; sentimentalscheußlich

revoltingly

[rɪˈvəʊltɪŋlɪ] advin modo rivoltante, disgustosamente
References in classic literature ?
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 foppish."
Call it what you want, mate, but it's revoltingly anti-social.
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 precocious'.
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.