I have seen you repulse the most handsome, the most noble, the greatest.
I very quickly encountered a repulse, if she were in the thrall.
She was so fair, so eager, he had not the heart to repulse her.
She warns him away, saying that her father is armed to repulse his presence.
A neutral need not permit this, and may repulse them on the spot, but he may also grant asylum.
We repulse the thought that these things are all of the past.
She could feel its false precision, its intention, its repulse of her.
However, as the Burmese have gone, our repulse does not matter much.
You will repulse with contempt the perfidious insinuations which malevolence seeks to propagate.
So desperate was my case, I was resolved not to stop even at this repulse.