revulsion

(re-vul´shәn) the drawing of blood from one part to another, as occurs in counterirritation.
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Revulsion

• (n.) The act of turning or diverting any disease from one part of the body to another. It resembles derivation, but is usually applied to a more active form of counter irritation. • (n.) A sudden reaction; a sudden and complete change; -- applied to the feelings. • (n.) A strong pulling or drawing back; withdrawal.Revulsion: words ...
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Revulsion

Re·vul'sion noun [ French révulsion , Latin revulsio , from revellere , revulsum , to pluck or pull away; prefix re- re- + vellere to pull. Confer Convulse .] 1. A strong pulling or drawing back; withdrawal. ' Revulsions and pullbacks...
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revulsion

1. A strong pulling or drawing back; withdrawal. 'Revulsions and pullbacks.' ... 2. A sudden reaction; a sudden and complete change; applied to the feelings. 'A sudden and violent revulsion of feeling, both in the Parliament and the country, followed.' (Macaulay) ... 3. <medicine> The act of turning or diverting any disease from one part of t...
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revulsion

intense aversion
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revulsion

intense aversion
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revulsion

intense aversion
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revulsion

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-vŭl′shŭn Synonyms: derivation1
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