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1with object Medicine. To withdraw (humours, blood, etc.) from a part of the body by revulsion. Compare "revel". Now historical and rare.
2with object To cause (a person) to feel disgust or revulsion; = "revolt".
Mid 17th century. From classical Latin revuls-, past participial stem of revellere, after revulsion.
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