Revulsion (noun) – a sense of utter distaste or repugnance.

This was found in “The Metamorphosis,” on page 34, in the second paragraph. “On the contrary, as a family there was a duty to swallow any revulsion for him and to be patient, just to be patient.”

Gregor’s family knew that they had a duty to ignore any distaste they might feel towards him since his transformation and to just have patience.

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