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revulsed

[ ri-vuhlst ]
/ rɪˈvʌlst /
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adjective

affected by revulsion.

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Origin of revulsed

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