Repulsion (disambiguation)

Repulsion is a feeling of disgust or very strong dislike

Repulsion may also refer to:

* Repulsive force - a force between two bodies away from each other
* Repulsion, a 1965 film directed by Roman Polański
* Repulsion (band), a death metal / grindcore band
* Repulsion (genetics), a type of genetic linkage
* "Repulsion", a 1985 song by Dinosaur Jr, their debut single

ee also

* Repulse - disambiguation page


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