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Oxford dictionary definition of the word revulsion:
1a sense of disgust and loathing:
news of the attack will be met with sorrow and revulsion
2 Medicine, chiefly historical the drawing of disease or blood congestion from one part of the body to another, e.g. by counterirritation.
adjective & noun
mid 16th century (in revulsion (sense 2)): from French, or from Latin revulsio(n-), from revuls- ‘torn out’, from the verb revellere (from re- ‘back’ + vellere ‘pull’). revulsion (sense 1) dates from the early 19th century