1 He helped himself mechanically and began to eat; then disgust took him by the throat and he laid down his fork.
2 She could not speak, but hatred and disgust burned in her eyes as she stared at him fiercely.
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3 He's thinking of Suellen, Scarlett thought in disgust.
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4 She drew back with a motion of disgust, but her withdrawal was checked by a sudden discovery: under the glare of Mrs. Peniston's chandelier she had recognized the hand-writing of the letter.
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5 He left Lily to a passion of disgust and fear.
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6 This sense of physical discomfort was the first to assert itself; then she perceived, beneath it, a corresponding mental prostration, a languor of horror more insufferable than the first rush of her disgust.
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7 But these flashes of amusement were but brief reactions from the long disgust of her days.
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8 The daring black chemise of frail chiffon and lace was a hussy at which the deep-bosomed bed stiffened in disgust, and she hurled it into a bureau drawer, hid it beneath a sensible linen blouse.
9 Whether by shock, disgust, joy of combat, or physical activity, all the party were freed from their years of social decorum.
10 "I wonder what the old man wants with this lump of foul lard," said Stubb, not without some disgust at the thought of having to do with so ignoble a leviathan.
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11 He sat beside her on the couch and behaved very well until the Polish violin-teacher across the hall began to practise, when Prince would growl and sniff the air with disgust.
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12 Mr. Pontellier, unable to read his newspaper with any degree of comfort, arose with an expression and an exclamation of disgust.
13 The "pitchfork senator" stood their fusillade of questions for about an hour, and then went home in disgust, and the balance of the meeting was a strictly party affair.
14 Heyward prepared to comply, though with strong disgust at the nature of the office he was compelled to execute.
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15 Conquering his disgust, however, he was able, with an averted face, to address his successful enemy.
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