Meaning of revulsion
Pronunciation: (ri-vul'shun), [key]
- a strong feeling of repugnance, distaste, or dislike: Cruelty fills me with revulsion.
- a sudden and violent change of feeling or response in sentiment, taste, etc.
- the act of drawing something back or away.
- the fact of being so drawn.
- the diminution of morbid action in one part of the body by irritation in another.
- revulsion (Thesaurus)