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Repulsion vs. Revulsion

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Repulsionnoun

The act of repelling or the condition of being repelled.

Revulsionnoun

Abhorrence, a sense of loathing, intense aversion, repugnance, repulsion, horror.

Repulsionnoun

An extreme dislike of something, or hostility to something.

Revulsionnoun

A sudden violent feeling of disgust.

Repulsionnoun

(physics) The repulsive force acting between bodies of the same electric charge or magnetic polarity.

Revulsionnoun

(medicine) The treatment of one diseased area by acting elsewhere; counterirritation.

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Repulsionnoun

The act of repulsing or repelling, or the state of being repulsed or repelled.

Revulsionnoun

(obsolete) A strong pulling or drawing back; withdrawal.

Repulsionnoun

A feeling of violent offence or disgust; repugnance.

Revulsionnoun

(obsolete) A sudden reaction; a sudden and complete change of the feelings.

Repulsionnoun

The power, either inherent or due to some physical action, by which bodies, or the particles of bodies, are made to recede from each other, or to resist each other's nearer approach; as, molecular repulsion; electrical repulsion.

Revulsionnoun

A strong pulling or drawing back; withdrawal.

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Repulsionnoun

the force by which bodies repel one another

Revulsionnoun

A sudden reaction; a sudden and complete change; - applied to the feelings.

‘A sudden and violent revulsion of feeling, both in the Parliament and the country, followed.’;

Repulsionnoun

intense aversion

Revulsionnoun

The act of turning or diverting any disease from one part of the body to another. It resembles derivation, but is usually applied to a more active form of counter irritation.

Repulsionnoun

the act of repulsing or repelling an attack; a successful defensive stand

Revulsionnoun

intense aversion

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