Pronunciation of Revulsion
/ɹ_ɪ_v_ˈʌ_l_ʃ_ə_n/, /ɹɪvˈʌlʃən/, /ɹɪvˈʌlʃən/
Antonyms for revulsion:
partiality, zeal, use, de sire, big eye, salacity, appetite, attraction, prurience, de-sires, taste, courtings, chemistry, loving, fondness, preference, shine, captivations, de sires, solicitation, chemistries, like, bent, captivation, velleity, lustfulness, big eyes, drawing power, pruriency, comeon, favor, Palates, Propensities, solicitations, relish, drawing powers, gluttony, dotings, liking, Gluttonies, love, de-sire, penchant, fancy, propensity, predilection.
Usage examples for revulsion:
- Mr. Ferris, who had received from other sources a full version of the interview to which she thus alluded, experienced a sudden revulsion of feeling against one he could not but consider as a detected coquette; and, drawing quickly back, made a gesture such as was not often witnessed in those elegant apartments. - "Hand and Ring", Anna Katharine Green.
- But he had spoken truthfully to Mr. Brown when he had said that his revulsion was but a temporary feeling, and that of his own accord he would have come back to his original decision. - "Counsel for the Defense", Leroy Scott.
- In many places where it had been intended to oppose his advance in arms, the news of his pious acts produced a complete revulsion of feeling, and " those whose intention it had been to fight were moved with joy." - "Ancient Egypt", George Rawlinson Other: Arthur Gilman.