Noun(1) the force by which bodies repel one another(2) intense aversion(3) the act of repulsing or repelling an attack; a successful defensive stand
(1) I think we have to distinguish those narratives which crudely manipulate fear or repulsion and disgust from that which Lovecraft correctly calls ├ö├ç├┐the weird tale├ö├ç├û.(2) As in her previous work, Farnsworth explores dichotomies of biology and technology, self and other and repulsion and desire, through abrupt juxtapositions of disparate forms and materials.(3) And the almost unbelievable pitch at which the cultural obsession operates in the story is an indication of the disastrous repulsion of the other, more centrally human curiosities.(4) people talk about the case with a mixture of fascination and repulsion(5) Michael watched in repulsion as all five of them slowly raised their hands.(6) The interior of the body exposed, this kind of weird attraction / repulsion thing we have towards the body.(7) The fundamental ambiguity of the love/hate, attraction / repulsion toward the other ultimately reveals the barbaric and primitive side hidden behind the cultured and civilized mask.(8) Whatever the truth, the repulsion felt at that decade can tar even the most innocent.(9) Second, the sociological notion of a ├ö├ç├┐field├ö├ç├û also evokes physics, which identifies vectors of attraction and repulsion associated with forces in a magnetic field.(10) Scientists suggest electrostatic repulsion between ring particles may play a role, perhaps levitating finer particles above the main ring structure.(11) I do not have a moral repulsion to this disturbing choice made by the film-makers.(12) bond lengths are increased due to increasing repulsion between the atoms(13) As an object of fascination and repulsion to the two men who represent the center of authority in their respective narratives, Carmen spells a threatening other, a dark figure that resists assimilation and endangers masculine power.(14) Alcaeus directed her gaze to Lena for just a moment, his gaze full of repulsion .(15) In this work, Geers has plastered a wall with broken green glass bottles stuck in cement in an aggressive statement of repulsion .(16) For instance, Prokofiev's boringly patriotic 1945 opera adaptation of Tolstoy's War and Peace was taken as using the dramatic defeat of Napoleon in 1812 as an allegory for the Red Army's recent repulsion of the Nazis.
1. disgust ::
2. repulsive force ::
3. standoff ::
4. repugnance ::
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