Definition of Degusting
1. degust [v] - See also: degust
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Degusting
Literary usage of Degusting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Amateur Emigrant: The Siverado Squatters by Robert Louis Stevenson (1905)
"... a deity to be invoked by two or three, all fervent, hushing their talk, degusting tenderly, and storing reminiscences — for a bottle of good wine, ..."
2. Bessie on her travels by Joanna Hooe Mathews (1871)
"... and, in spite of his request that it should be taken home and cooked, looked very scornfully at it, and pronounced it "degusting as any sing. ..."
3. May Margaret: Called "the Fair Maid of Galloway," by Samuel Rutherford Crockett (1905)
"The two men stood silently degusting the tale of Jock the Penman. It seemed to have a personal flavour for them. " And what think ye, Gib, after a'," said ..."
4. Two Years in Three Continents: Experiences, Impressions and Observations of by Edgar Mantelbert Condit (1904)
"... the table to see the top of her dress waist—interesting enough, though the darkey was pretty close to the facts when he said "dat am really degusting. ..."