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batik a technique for dyeing that involves covering certain areas of the fabric with removable wax in order to repel the dye. [1/2 definitions]
camphor ball a small mass of solid chemicals, including naphthalene or camphor, used to repel moths; mothball.
disgust to cause nausea or revulsion in; sicken; repel. [1/3 definitions]
fend to repel; ward off (often fol. by off). [1/3 definitions]
off-putting (informal) tending to annoy or repel.
put off to cause someone to turn away; repel; discourage. [1/2 definitions]
rebarbative tending to irritate or repel; forbidding or unattractive.
rebuff to reject, repel, block, or set back. [1/3 definitions]
repellent a substance added to cloth that causes it to repel water, used esp. for raincoats. [1/4 definitions]
repulse to force backward or repel (an attack or the like). [1/4 definitions]
revolt to cause to experience disgust or shock; repel or repulse. [1/5 definitions]
shed2 to be impervious to (usu. a fluid); repel. [1/7 definitions]
smudge a thickly smoking fire used to repel insects or protect plants from frost. [1/6 definitions]
snakeroot the North American bugbane, whose white flowers supposedly repel insects. [1/3 definitions]