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- adv. So as to repel.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a repellent manner
I'm sure Justin Timberlake left Cameron not so much because he has a fear of commitment, but more for the sake he has a fear of having his blood drained by this repellingly hideous chupacabra.
“They are not mine,” said the amiable hostess, more repellingly than Heathcliff himself could have replied.
But he knew he would be like a stranger to her, a strange man with a repellingly scarred face.
It is by endless subdivisions based upon the most inconclusive differences, that some departments of natural history become so repellingly intricate.
"They are not mine," said the amiable hostess, more repellingly than Heathcliff himself could have replied.
'They are not mine,' said the amiable hostess, more repellingly than
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