repulse


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disgust

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reject

defeat

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rejection

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to turn or drive away

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an instance of driving away or warding off

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cause to move back by force or influence

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On Admiral Godfrey's desk sat an ashtray from the HMS Repulse and a model of the ship.
Divers have stripped the giant warship Repulse of her propellers and scores of artefacts strewn on her twisted hulk.
The militants reportedly took over al-Tash and al-Jamea (university) areas after invading them with 20 pickup trucks, however, troops were able to repulse the attack.
The drill was intended to repulse attacks with various types of missiles,
And in winter, she was sent with the veteran battle cruiser HMS Repulse into the Indian Ocean to discourage Japanese aggression.
Marine artist Ken Radcliff has painted the sinking of the HMS Prince of Wales battleship and cruiser HMS Repulse by Japanese warplanes as they returned to Singapore.
Despite pounds 365,884 being bet into the pools on Saturday, there were no tickets left even before the last leg following the 40-1 success of Repulse Bay at Doncaster.
Females reeking of the stuff repulse males within seconds, the researchers report in the July 7 PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON B.
The militants reportedly took over al-Tash and al-Jamea university areas after invading them with 20 pickup trucks, however, troops were able to repulse the attack.
ISLAMABAD -- The brave people of Sialkot and Chawinda sacrificed their lives to repulse the major Indian army attack during the Indo-Pak War on September 6, 1965.
Mick Channon has a high opinion of Repulse Bay, and he will be disappointed if the colt fails to connect in Ayr's Land Engineering Novice Stakes (1.
In the period leading up to 1600, preachers typically summoned Catholics to struggle against the world and the flesh and urged them to repulse the Church's human and demonic foes.
As naval officers watched, HMS Repulse sailed into Coulport on Loch Long to the strains of Auld Lang Syne and Amazing Grace.