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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 Repulsed from wikipedia

- foreign merchant ships trading with china. the pirates were subsequently repulsed by the royal navy, hence the name. there is no evidence of any such origin
- the repulse bay (chinese: 影灣園) is a residential building and commercial arcade, located at 109 repulse bay road in the repulse bay area of hong kong. it
- repulse may refer to: places repulse island national park, queensland, australia repulse bay, hong kong the repulse bay, residential building naujaat
- the repulse power station is a conventional hydroelectric power station located in the central highlands region of tasmania, australia. the power station
- hms repulse: english ship repulse (1596) was a 50-gun galleon also known as due repulse, launched in 1595 and in the records until 1645. hms repulse (1759)
- name, see hms repulse. repulse, sometimes written as due repulse, was a 40/48-gun ship of the english tudor navy, launched in 1596. repulse was rebuilt
- the sinking of prince of wales and repulse was a naval engagement in the second world war, part of the war in the pacific, that took place north of singapore
- the repulse-cl**** ships of the line were a cl**** of eleven 74-gun third rates, designed for the royal navy by sir william rule. the first three ships