Definition of Repugnantly

1. adv. In a repugnant manner.



Definition of Repugnantly

1. Adverb. In a repugnant manner. ¹

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Definition of Repugnantly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Repugnantly

repudiation
repudiationist
repudiationists
repudiations
repudiative
repudiator
repudiators
repudiatory
repugn
repugnable
repugnance
repugnances
repugnancies
repugnancy
repugnant
repugnantly (current term)
repugnate
repugnatorial
repugnaunce
repugned
repugning
repugns
repullulate
repullulated
repullulates
repullulating
repullulation
repullulations
repulp
repulped

Literary usage of Repugnantly

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1. The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker: With an by Richard Hooker, Izaak Walton (1865)
"Works of righteousness therefore are not so —— repugnantly added in the one proposition; as in the other circumcision is. 31. ..."

2. Reports of Criminal Law Cases Decided at the City-Hall of the City of New by Jacob D. Wheeler (1825)
"In criminal cases, as before shown, the defendant has a right to plead doubly without asking permission, therefore he may- plead repugnantly. ..."

3. Memoirs and Correspondence of George, Lord Lyttelton, from 1734 to 1773 by George Lyttelton Lyttelton, Robert Phillimore (1845)
"... the power and authority of which within the bounds of the state, not acting repugnantly to the divine laws which transcend all human authority, ..."

4. The Bookman (1905)
"Never before or since, I fancy, has the air of the Adirondack wilderness vibrated more repugnantly to a vocable than it did that night to the vocable ..."

5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Exchequer and by Great Britain Court of Exchequer, Roger Meeson, William Newland Welsby, John Innes Clark Hare, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber, Horace Binney Wallace (1841)
"The pleas, therefore, are either bad in confession and avoidance, because they avoid repugnantly to their confession; or bad as a traverse, ..."

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