revulsion noun

ADJ. deep, utter | widespread The killing caused widespread revulsion. | instinctive

VERB + REVULSION be filled with, feel | cause | express | conceal

PREP. in/with ~ The children shrank back from him in revulsion. | ~ against public revulsion against violence in our society | ~ at He tried to conceal his instinctive revulsion at the idea. | ~ for He was filled with hatred and revulsion for everything about her. | ~ towards She seems to feel revulsion towards her own children.

PHRASES a feeling/sense of revulsion