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repulsa ae, f

P. of repello, a rejection, denial, refusal, repulse : ab repulsis eo magis debitum honorem repetentes, because of rejections , L.: nullam patiere repulsam, O.: Sint tua vota secura repulsae, O.: Veneris, O.: Nec hunc repulsam tua sentiret calamitas, Ph.—In soliciting office, a refusal, denial, repulse, defeat : dolor repulsae, Cs.: omnīs magistratūs sine repulsā adsequi: sine repulsā consules facti sunt: huius comitiis frater repulsam tulit, failed of his election : consulatūs: aediliciae repulsae: repulsarum ignominiam timere: turpis repulsa, H.

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