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Repercussive

Re`per`cuss´ive   Pronunciation: ~k?s´?v
a.1.
1.Tending or able to repercuss; having the power of sending back; causing to reverberate.
Ye repercussive rocks! repeat the sound.
- W. Pattison.
2.Repellent.
3.Driven back; rebounding; reverberated.
n.1.A repellent.
booming, bouncing, bounding, echoic, echoing, growling, lingering, persistent, reboant, rebounding, recalcitrant, recoiling, reechoing, resilient, resounding, reverberant, reverberating, reverberatory, rumbling, sounding, springing, thundering, undamped
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repellently
Repeller
repelling
repellingly
Repellitur a sacramento infamis
Repent
Repentance
Repentant
Repentantly
Repenter
Repentingly
Repentless
Repeople
Reperception
Repercuss
Repercussion
-- Repercussive --
Repertitious
Repertoire
Repertory
repertory company
Reperusal
Reperuse
Repetend
Repetition
Repetitional
Repetitioner
Repetitious
repetitiousness
Repetitive
repetitive strain disorder
repetitive strain injury
repetitively
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