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- tending or able to repel; driving back
- repulsive, inspiring aversion
2014 April 12, Michael Inwood, “Martin Heidegger: the philosopher who fell for Hitler [print version: Hitler's philosopher]”, The Daily Telegraph (Review), page R11:
- [Martin] Heidegger's repellent political beliefs do not contaminate his philosophical work.
- resistant or impervious to something
tending or able to repel
repulsive, inspiring aversion
resistant or impervious to something
repellent (plural repellents)
- someone who repels
- a substance used to repel insects
- a substance or treatment for a fabric etc to make it impervious to something
substance used to repel insects
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- third-person plural future active indicative of repellō