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Definition of "repelling" [repelling]

  • Present participle of repel. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "repelling" in a sentence
  • ""That's what I call repelling boarders!" said Captain Barforth, grimly."
  • "Thanks David I fear few are interested in repelling the hoardes on this particular field and IT and CU are so much pithier."
  • "Six years ago, Major Murray responded to the call of industry and business to organize and operate The Responsible Enterprise Movement, a point of reference for all agencies engaged in repelling the advance of Collectivism."