Definition of Repulsed. Meaning of Repulsed. Synonyms of Repulsed

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Definition of Repulsed

Repulse Re*pulse" (r?-p?ls"), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Repulsed (-p?lst"); p. pr. & vb. n. Repulsing.] [L. repulsus, p. p. of repellere. See Repel.] 1. To repel; to beat or drive back; as, to repulse an assault; to repulse the enemy. Complete to have discovered and repulsed Whatever wiles of foe or seeming friend. --Milton. 2. To repel by discourtesy, coldness, or denial; to reject; to send away; as, to repulse a suitor or a proffer.

Meaning of Repuls from wikipedia

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- repeller 'to push away' (second stem: repuls-) → repellente, repulsive. this raises a logical issue. adding -e to one of these secondary
- the enemy succeeded in significantly tightening its ranks in this area and repuls ing all attacks of our troops during the
- 15 , angyalka repül (karaoke verzió) , (see above) -karaoke , 16 , mit tudsz te a szerelemröl (karaoke verzió) , (see above) -karaoke ,
- html , title győr mellől is repül majd a wizz air? , publisher origo. hu , date 3 july 2014 , accessdate 3 july 2014
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- négy fekete ló mögöttem repül (four black horses fly behind me); jégmadár (icebird); excerpts from belső vízözön (the deluge inside) ,
- personnel : repul. h. l. – sleeve artwork j. erskinetechnical ****istance charts , : chart (1985) peak position , first barry , last lazell
- hu/utazas/20090909/kevesebb_celallomasra_repul_malev/ date october 2010 category:lists of airline destinations. http://www. malev.
- in hungary , the photographer says itt repül a kis madár here flies the little bird, but also the english 'cheese' is used mostly by