nauseating, bomb, cheating, disgustful, fulsome, sickening, dirty, nauseous, noisome, rancid, nonabsorptive, fungicidal, tolerant, implike, rebarbative, marked-up, immune, disgusting, yucky, unsportsmanlike, scandalous, funky, stinking, impish, ill-scented, fungicide, queasy, citronella, pixilated, insubordinate, appalling, repelling, gross, dip, DDT, awful, resistive, fetid, noxious, foetid, prankish, germicide, loathly, distasteful, filthy, unsavory, mischievous, horrible, puckish, repellant, dreadful, unwholesome, fouled, foul-smelling, nasty, severe, afoul, shocking, unholy, smutty, detestable, cruddy, horrid, obscene, arch, smelly, skanky, nonabsorbent, pain, camphor, horrendous, like, unsporting, flypaper, flyswatter, obnoxious, unsavoury
evil (part of speech: adjective)
detrimental, abominable, evil, reprehensible, offensive, nefarious, baneful, monstrous, revolting, bad, atrocious, disgraceful, sinister, destructive, terrible, heinous, sinful, wicked, calamitous, damnable, foul, loathsome
despicable (part of speech: adjective)
repulsive (part of speech: adjective)
resistant (part of speech: adjective)
ugly (part of speech: adjective)
ill-looking, unlovely, disfigured, plain, odious, unattractive, homely, displeasing, unappealing, abhorrent, ugly, repugnant, shapeless, disagreeable, unsightly, unpleasant, unaesthetic, unpleasing, repulsive, hideous, grotesque, undesirable, inelegant
- Repellent as it was, Mr. Henley's idea that the explanation of his daughter's conduct was to be found in the renewed influence over her of the Irish lord, now presented itself to Hugh's mind under a new point of view. - "Blind Love", Wilkie Collins.
- It is passing strange how every writer remains silent about the ugly and repellent side of Frederick. - "German Problems and Personalities", Charles Sarolea.
- In her rusty black clothes, unrelieved by any trace of colour, her white cheeks and strange eyes, even in the morning light she was a repellent figure. - "The Great Impersonation", E. Phillips Oppenheim.