fetid, arch, shocking, loathly, funky, noxious, puckish, disgustful, unsporting, marked-up, skanky, like, yucky, dirty, appalling, cheating, queasy, smelly, horrendous, ill-scented, unholy, fouled, implike, impish, detestable, rancid, obnoxious, rebarbative, pixilated, unsportsmanlike, odious, awful, ugly, stinking, disgusting, resistant, horrible, severe, foetid, repellant, foul-smelling, unsavoury, nauseating, dreadful, noisome, prankish, abhorrent, sickening, fulsome, horrid, nasty, pain, mischievous, cruddy, smutty, unwholesome, nauseous, repelling, filthy, distasteful, afoul, unsavory
despicable (part of speech: adjective)
revolting (part of speech: verb)
vulgar (part of speech: adjective)
glaring, degraded, barbaric, idiomatic, ignoble, earthy, crass, ill-bred, sleazy, philistine, graceless, ignominious, broad, base, tawdry, undignified, unpolished, crude, in bad taste, profane, garish, raw, clumsy, shameless, indelicate, unseemly, gaudy, rude, common, cockney, cheap, salty, outlandish, vulgar, boorish, sordid, coarse-grained, brazen, barnyard, rough, coarse, scandalous, unrefined, unbecoming, gross, homespun, tasteless, colloquial, chintzy, brutish, animal, low, inelegant, depraved, tactless, obscene, rank
evil (part of speech: adjective)
disgraceful, nefarious, sinful, reprehensible, terrible, detrimental, calamitous, loathsome, repulsive, abominable, sinister, foul, monstrous, evil, bad, offensive, damnable, repugnant, hideous, destructive, heinous, wicked, baneful, atrocious, repellent
- Averting his head from the revolting spectacles, Sir Norman held the bottle of vinegar to his nostrils, and rode rapidly till he reached Newgate. - "The Midnight Queen", May Agnes Fleming.
- When the Sheridans were little they were forbidden to set foot there because of the revolting language and of what they might catch. - "The Garden Party", Katherine Mansfield.
- Certain humiliating subjections imposed upon her success by its social position, above all things were revolting to her, and she had the hardihood to resolve to withdraw herself from them. - "The Wandering Jew, Book II.", Eugene Sue.