Intellectually he fascinated her; and still another motive- which she partially disguised from herself- prevented her from repelling him. "The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete" by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009
So near, indeed, that he meant to bring them still nearer, but this was not then suspected by the Spanish court; Henry, the while, repelling as a personal insult to himself the request that he should secretly labour to reduce the United Provinces under subjection to the archdukes. "Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete" by John Lothrop Motley
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Thesaurus: All synonyms and antonyms for "repel" Spanish Central: Translation
of "repel" Nglish: Translation of "repel" for Spanish speakers Britannica English: ...
to steer (a person) from an activity or course of action <we tried to deter him from
his crazy scheme, but to no avail> Synonyms discourage, dissuade, ...
1 to drive back <the defenders repelled the attacking army after several hours of
fierce fighting> Synonyms beat off, fend (off), rebut, repulse, stave off, turn away, ...
causing intense displeasure, disgust, or resentment <your snobbish behavior
towards my friends is so repellent I can't stand to be around you anymore> ...
Synonyms and antonyms for repel. 1. repel (v.) cause to move back by force or
influence ... be repellent to; cause aversion in. Synonyms: repulse,; churn up ...