revulsed

adjective
re·​vulsed | \ ri-ˈvəlst How to pronounce revulsed (audio) \

Definition of revulsed

: affected with or having undergone revulsion

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The maid cried out in revulsed pleasure for the woman to stop, ah please stop, but Mrs. Gerson did not stop. Adam O’fallon Price, Harper's magazine, "The Maid’s Story," 10 June 2019

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First Known Use of revulsed

circa 1934, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for revulsed

Latin revulsus, past participle of revellere + English -ed

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