Definition of repugnant :
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.
irreconcilable, awful, detestable, raunchy, discrepant, noxious, disagreeing, against, horrendous, disgusting, inimical, different, nasty, gross, unsuitable, mismatched, inapposite, nauseous, low, shocking, execrable, rancid, opposing, incongruent, infamous, despisable, dreadful, noisome, conflicting, sickening, inconsonant, absurd, ill-matched, nauseating, agreeable, salacious, contemptible, inappropriate, shabby, opposed, clashing, antagonistic, lousy, alien, opposite, antipathetic, agree, filthy, horrible, appalling, hostile, mean, mutually exclusive, inharmonious, rotten, unfriendly, counter, fulsome, discordant, obscene, inconsistent, vile, contradictory, lewd, mismated, obnoxious, good, contrary, horrid, scandalous, incongruous, incompatible, despicable, distasteful, incommensurable, wretched, adverse, harmonious
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
ugly (part of speech: adjective)
ill-looking, unlovely, disfigured, plain, odious, unattractive, homely, displeasing, unappealing, abhorrent, ugly, repellent, shapeless, disagreeable, unsightly, unpleasant, unaesthetic, unpleasing, repulsive, hideous, grotesque, undesirable, inelegant
ugliness (part of speech: noun)
- Thus we may be conscious of things which are physically disconnected, morally repugnant, and logically contradictory, or in all of these respects utterly irrelevant. - "The Approach to Philosophy", Ralph Barton Perry.
- It was repugnant to her, still it must be done even yet. - "The World For Sale, Volume 2.", Gilbert Parker.
- The power to " coin money" is, in my judgment, inconsistent with and repugnant to the existence of a power to make anything but coin a legal tender. - "Monopolies and the People", D. C. Cloud.