revulsed
adjective Etymology: Latin revulsus, past participle of revellere + English -ed Date: circa 1934 affected with or having undergone revulsion

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  • revulsed — /ri vulst /, adj. affected by revulsion. [1930 35; obs. revulse ( < L revulsus, or back formation from REVULSION, etc.) + ED2] * * * …   Universalium

  • revulsed — re·vulsed …   English syllables

  • revulsed — rə̇ˈvəlst adjective Etymology: Latin revulsus (past participle of revellere to draw back) + English ed : affected with or having undergone revulsion * * * /ri vulst /, adj. affected by revulsion. [1930 35; obs. revulse ( < L revulsus, or back… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • re|vulse — «rih VUHLS», transitive verb, vulsed, vuls|ing. to fill with repugnance; disgust: »The hippie community was revulsed by the massacre (Lexington [Kentucky] Leader). ╂[back formation < revulsion] …   Useful english dictionary

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