- repugnance (n.)
- late 14c., from Old French repugnance "opposition, resistance" (13c.) or directly from Latin repugnantia "incompatibility," from stem of repugnare "resist, disagree, be incompatible" (see repugnant).
- 1. She felt a deep sense of shame and repugnance.
- 2. She was trying to overcome her physical repugnance for him.
- 3. He fought down a feelings of repugnance.
- 4. She had a repugnance to the person with whom she spoke.
- 5. Tears of anger and repugnance began to hang from my eyes.
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