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Definition of revulsion noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



    [uncountable, singular] revulsion (at/against/from something) (formal)
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  1. 1a strong feeling of disgust or horror synonym repugnance
  2. 2 She felt a deep sense of revulsion at the violence. I started to feel a revulsion against their decadent lifestyle. Most people viewed the bombings with revulsion. see also revolt
See the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary entry: revulsion