1 There was a coincidence between the taste for the toilet which had recently come to Cosette, and the habit of new clothes developed by that stranger which was very repugnant to Jean Valjean.
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2 The musical notation of an infirmity is repugnant to us.
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3 A priori, insurrection is repugnant to them, in the first place, because it often results in a catastrophe, in the second place, because it always has an abstraction as its point of departure.
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4 The Polypus hole was no less repugnant to hygiene than to legend.
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5 The occupation of sewermen was formerly almost as perilous, and almost as repugnant to the people, as the occupation of knacker, which was so long held in horror and handed over to the executioner.
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6 He saw that which it was repugnant to him to behold.
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7 Poverty was repugnant to her; degradation took away two-thirds of her greatness.
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8 The doors of the two bedrooms faced each other across the narrow upper landing, and to-night it was peculiarly repugnant to him that Mattie should see him follow Zeena.
9 Lily had hinted to Mr. Gryce that this neglect of religious observances was repugnant to her early traditions, and that during her visits to Bellomont she regularly accompanied Muriel and Hilda to church.
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10 She performed her task with a graceful and dignified simplicity and modesty, which might, even in more civilized days, have served to redeem it from whatever might seem repugnant to female delicacy.
11 I believe that she is capable of heroic self-sacrifice and that anything dishonourable would be repugnant to her.
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12 Everything that reminded him of his past was repugnant to him, and so in his relations with that former circle he confined himself to trying to do his duty and not to be unfair.
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13 The idea of marrying some rich woman, which was suggested to him by his female relations, was repugnant to him.
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14 But the first was repugnant to him.
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15 She seems somehow more reconciled; or else the very subject seems to have become repugnant to her, for when any accidental allusion is made she actually shudders.