Origin of repellent
Can be confusedrepellent repulsive
Examples from the Web for repellant
Don abandons the mistress thing, which he knows is repellant, his wife tells him so.‘Mad Men’: Matthew Weiner & Christina Hendricks on ‘The Other Woman,’ Part 1|Jace Lacob|August 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I mean, did you ever meet anybody remotely like the repellant but inspiring Dr. Stone, who is the surgeon at the mission hospital?
On the contrary, it is about as repellant in looks and disposition as any living creature very well can be.
After the flaming day from which we had just come this darkness was repellant.The Sea and the Jungle|H. M. Tomlinson
The repellant forces that kept him back, are "not far to seek."The Philosophy of Natural Theology|William Jackson
"If Feodor is not happy, he pays the penalty of having ruled," he returned, his strange unyouthful bitterness most repellant.The Game and the Candle|Eleanor M. Ingram
With every day the wilderness was becoming more naked and stern and repellant.Grit A-Plenty|Dillon Wallace