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repulsive +‎ -ness



repulsiveness (countable and uncountable, plural repulsivenesses)

  1. The characteristic of being repulsive.
    • 2011, Winthrop Packard, Forests and Fields Through the Year, page 343:
      Out of the fact of this palatableness on the part of the one and repulsiveness on the part of the other has grown a singular condition in the southern states, where the trees as here once grew in equal profusion, side by side in the forests.