Definitions

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  • adj. That cannot be repulsed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Incapable of being repulsed.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ repulsable

Examples

  • - AusSndt184 - influence Sidney had somehow acquired over her before she was aware of it Charlotte's next reaction was to try to counteract it by concentrating on his very obvious defects of character and reciting them over to herself: he was flippant, worldly, imprudent, impetuous, domineering, officious, unrepulsable, irresponsible and probably unreliable.

    Sanditon

  • Mr. Crawford, and avoid both his looks and inquiries; and he, unrepulsable, was persisting in both.

    Mansfield Park

  • Fanny, meanwhile, vexed with herself for not having been as motionless as she was speechless, and grieved to the heart to see Edmund's arrangements, was trying, by every thing in the power of her modest gentle nature, to repulse Mr. Crawford, and avoid both his looks and enquiries; and he unrepulsable was persisting in both.

    Mansfield Park

  • Fanny, meanwhile, vexed with herself for not having been as motionless as she was speechless, and grieved to the heart to see Edmund's arrangements, was trying by everything in the power of her modest, gentle nature, to repulse Mr. Crawford, and avoid both his looks and inquiries; and he, unrepulsable, was persisting in both.

    Mansfield Park

  • Fanny, meanwhile, vexed with herself for not having been as motionless as she was speechless, and grieved to the heart to see Edmund’s arrangements, was trying by everything in the power of her modest, gentle nature, to repulse Mr. Crawford, and avoid both his looks and inquiries; and he, unrepulsable, was persisting in both.

    Mansfield Park

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