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Discussed vs Disgust
Discussed vs Disgust. They discussed the issues at length but all left the meeting in disgust. Don’t disgust your readers by misusing these words, use ErrNET!
Discussed is to consider or examine by argument, comment, etc.; talk over or write about, especially to explore solutions.
Disgust is to cause loathing or nausea in; to offend the good taste, moral sense, etc., of; cause extreme dislike or revulsion in.
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Discussed sentence examples:
In view of the problems discussed in the first section of this chapter, it will be necessary to compare and contrast a number of Landry’s principal arguments.
We have discussed this several times and I don’t know why you still have questions.
Once you have discussed your expectations with your future spouse, you can then decide how to make the marriage work.
I am aware that some readers may find a few of the ideas discussed in this book to be radical and perhaps intimidating.
These issues are further discussed in the succeeding chapters.
Our new plans will be discussed at the meeting tomorrow morning.
Disgust sentence examples:
Did the sound of her mastication and heavy breathing, occasioned by her excessive consumption, arouse in them feelings of disgust?
“Now it is they who are trying to manipulate us,” one reformist said in disgust as he was leaving the caucus meeting.
His face twisted in disgust when he saw his nasty ex-wife enter the room.
Disgust vibrated in her voice as she repeated the awful events of the divorce and breakup of the entire family.
Please stay away from me; you disgust me in every way that is humanly possible!
My wife glared at me in disgust when I belched at the dinner table.