Repulsive definition is - serving or able to repulse. How to use repulsive in a sentence. ... Rhyming Dictionary: Words that rhyme with repulsive. Thesaurus: All  ...


Repulsive definition, causing repugnance or aversion: a repulsive mask. See more.


The reason an eighteenth-century audience would have enjoyed those ' ' repulsive' ' goings-on is that for them the split between character and performer was ...


If something's repulsive, it's so disgusting you don't want to go near it. You may find rotting meat repulsive, but maggots find it delicious. To each its own!


Definition of repulsive - arousing intense distaste or disgust, relating to repulsion between physical objects., lacking friendliness or sympathy.


If you find somebody physically repulsive you are probably not going to get close enough for their smell to suddenly sweep you off your feet.Claudia Hammond ...


Define repulsive (adjective) and get synonyms. What is repulsive (adjective)? repulsive (adjective) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.


Something or someone that is gross and provokes disgust; disgusting.


Define repulsive. repulsive synonyms, repulsive pronunciation, repulsive translation, English dictionary definition of repulsive. adj. 1. Causing repugnance or ...