Loading...

American Dictionary of the English Language

Webster's Dictionary 1828

Dictionary Search

Repugnant


REPUG'NANT, adjective [Latin repugnans.]

1. Opposite; contrary; inconsistent; properly followed by to. Every sin is repugnant to the will of God. Every thing morally wrong, is repugnant both to the honor, as well as to the interest of the offender.

2. Disobedient; not obsequious. [Not in use.]