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Repercussive

repercussive

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. Blood is stanched by astringent and repecussive medicines.

3. Driven back; rebounding; reverberated. Rages loud the repercussive roar.

Origin: Cf. F. Repercussif.


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