Adjective(1) serving or tending to repel
(1) The person who brings this out in most women is that television presenter who had the mean little whiney, rebarbative jibes that suited her well.(2) It is quite as rebarbative and as jealous of its prerogatives as Parliament and nothing like so easy to summon.(3) Over the past couple of hours a lot of rebarbative , ulcerated and embittered people had been working hard at bedding their resentments down in sensory-deprivation tanks full of alcohol.(4) Quantification of aims and accomplishments may seem less rebarbative to scientists than to humanists.(5) Wanting the approval and affection of her teacher, she is baffled by his alternately affectionate and rebarbative behaviour.(6) If this is correct, the US response should be to drive a wedge between the perpetrators and to their close supporters, rebarbative as they definitely will turn out to be.(7) If all this is a little rebarbative for your battered soul, and tender stomach, you could try some of the globe's more spiritual and/or magical remedies.(8) Matthew Turner dug up some of his more rebarbative columns.(9) As Thomas's pained gait and brittle limbs signal a physical deterioration, put-on sibling chitchat quickly turns to rebarbative bickering.(10) It is not a chronicle of an aristocratic caste, but of the potpourri of birth, nurture, ambition and opportunism that has imposed upon Britain the most rebarbative governing élite outside France.(11) It is too perversely rebarbative an opera to be, as I say, exactly enjoyable, but you begin to wonder if life, with its sado-masochistic tensions below the surface, isn't sometimes like this.(12) We'd done the critical reading and so could sort through the often rebarbative yet always challenging works we favored.(13) Yet the text is neither dense nor rebarbative , and the author provides summaries of the argument as she proceeds from stage to stage.(14) Has Stanley's ill-considered publication of this literary leviathan given license to a certain kind of rebarbative white animus toward any stirrings of black cultural ascendancy?(15) The more rebarbative influence of O'Casey is tempered by the gentler one of Synge.(16) It's just another bit of dreary left-wing ‘statement art’: morally rebarbative , aesthetically nugatory, interesting only as a symptom of cultural decay.
1. repellent ::
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