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Definition of repugnant:

  1. Disposed to fight against; hostile; at war with; being at variance; contrary; inconsistent; refractory; disobedient; also, distasteful in a high degree; offensive; -- usually followed by to, rarely and less properly by with; as, all rudeness was repugnant to her nature.

Synonyms:

inimical, infamous, filthy, disagreeing, good, detestable, antagonistic, awful, incompatible, horrendous, noxious, distasteful, different, inconsistent, conflicting, irreconcilable, unsuitable, inapposite, despisable, repulsive, inconsonant, inappropriate, shocking, incommensurable, alien, antipathetic, mean, agreeable, hostile, opposing, shabby, opposed, contrary, obnoxious, discrepant, vile, raunchy, appalling, agree, salacious, execrable, obscene, rancid, despicable, contemptible, rotten, mismated, low, horrible, discordant, dreadful, lousy, noisome, horrid, nauseous, adverse, scandalous, nasty, lewd, clashing, ill-matched, fulsome, wretched, nauseating, disgusting, mutually exclusive, incongruent, incongruous, against, sickening, inharmonious, gross, harmonious, counter, mismatched, absurd, opposite, abhorrent, contradictory, offensive, unfriendly.

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