disgusted and disgusting are both verbs.
So what sort of specific situations are these two words used?
For example, in these two sentences,which sentence is correct?
I feel disgusted in my mouth"
i feel disgusting in my mouth"
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If you feel
it means you are feeling revulsion and profound disapproval about something
if your mouth feels
it means there's something about your mouth that people will be disgusted by
You would normally say
My mouth feels disgusting.
Disgusted vs Disgusting:
Disgusted is basically used for to dislike something means a strong distaste from surfeit. And it's synonyms are : sick of, tired of, and fed up. While
Disgusting is talking about others behavior or charectistic means you are affecting from others like: a disgusting smell, distasteful language, revolting food.
Now according top your questions like: 1. "I feel disgusted in my mouth", it means that you are feeling distasteful or fed up something. 2. "I feel disgusting in my mouth", it means that something from your mouth others will be revolting.