detestable, nauseating, lewd, defensive, combative, yielding, forbidding, outrageous, unyielding, execrable, retaliating, insurgent, pugnacious, horrific, unwholesome, pain, stubborn, sickening, opposing, salacious, raunchy, like, aggressive
disagreeable (part of speech: adjective)
repulsive (part of speech: adjective)
vulgar (part of speech: adjective)
depraved, clumsy, rude, chintzy, rough, shameless, coarse, garish, crass, undignified, ignominious, tasteless, glaring, gross, unpolished, sleazy, low, raw, gaudy, brazen, salty, rank, barnyard, crude, common, outlandish, ill-bred, brutish, scandalous, cheap, profane, sordid, animal, philistine, unbecoming, in bad taste, graceless, tawdry, homespun, vulgar, idiomatic, ignoble, obscene, barbaric, degraded, cockney, coarse-grained, unrefined, colloquial, unseemly, broad, boorish, earthy, tactless, base, indelicate
hateful (part of speech: adjective)
despicable (part of speech: adjective)
awful (part of speech: adjective)
ugly (part of speech: adjective)
inelegant, disagreeable, plain, unattractive, unappealing, unaesthetic, grotesque, ugly, undesirable, displeasing, disfigured, odious, unpleasant, ill-looking, unpleasing, repugnant, unlovely, unsightly, hideous, homely, repellent, shapeless
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
resistant (part of speech: adjective)
- He was a pitiful spectacle, yet a repulsive, and the Americans despised themselves for the strange impulse they had to kick him out like a dog. - "The Missourian", Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle.
- Her body was to be deformed and repulsive, tall, very lean, and rather dark; and when she walked, her long limbs should gleam through her draperies at every stride she took. - "Hunger", Knut Hamsun.
- Repulsive hadn't exactly said she would die. - "Legacy", James H Schmitz.