- v cause to move back by force or influence
- v be repellent to; cause aversion in
- v force or drive back
- v reject outright and bluntly
- v fill with distaste
- s highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
- Its secret is a matching set of repelling magnets, built into the bed and the floor below, that's powerful enough to support almost 2,000 lbs.
- If it were not for this sharing of mesons, the physicists believe, most atoms would fly apart, their protons repelling one another with enormous force.
- Intriguingly, DDT is often better at repelling mosquitoes than killing them.
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- How to Win in the Google Stock Market
A keyword's value depends on what kind of value you can extract from it – by repelling unqualified leads and attracting qualified ones. Through steady improvement, you can achieve market domination in one, and then an entire family, of keywords.
June 10, 2013 - Search Engine Watch
- Vladimir Putin in Forbes
I am convinced that common responsibility and equitable partnership offer the only tool for rebuffing these challenges and repelling any attempts to unleash new armed conflicts or undermine global security,Putin said.
- Ayman al-Zawahri in Malaysia Star
My Muslim nation, today, we must be united and all Islamic movements must gather round the creed of ...... jihad, repelling the Zionist-crusader enemy and striving against him and his aides,Zawahri said.
- Adam Gadahn in The Sun
Gadahn, with a $1million price on his head, said: "I call on every honest Muslim in America, Britain and Israel to prepare to play his due role in repelling the aggression of the enemies of Islam. This is a golden, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to...