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revulsed

[ri-vuhlst]
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  1. affected by revulsion.

Origin of revulsed

1930–35; obsolete revulse (< Latin revulsus, or back formation from revulsion, etc.) + -ed2
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Historical Examples

  • In vain; with a cry she flung up her arms, revulsed irresistibly, swerved, and stood stone-still.

    The Unknown Sea

    Clemence Housman

  • In a single hour, the whole process of thought, the whole ebb and flow of emotion, may be revulsed for the rest of an existence.