Repelled [verb]

Definition of Repelled:

push away; repulse

Opposite/Antonyms of Repelled:

Sentence/Example of Repelled:

But terrible indeed was the cost at which the last had been repelled.

His instinct of sympathy with which he had greeted her at the outset was repelled, and made of no avail.

I then repelled that curiosity, for my mind was not in a situation to gratify it.

Butterby would have cast suspicion to him then, but I repelled it.

She repelled my mocking smile with a glance of scornful indignation.

But there was something in his manner that repelled rather than invited friendship.

She felt that she must do something to escape from an existence which repelled her; and yet what could she do?

The attack was repelled, but the French losses were proportionately great.

Before ever he could put his thought into action, his intention had been repelled.

His style fascinated and yet repelled her, and in this case the style was the man.